Museo de Ignacio Zuloaga
Zuloaga in Pedraza
The tower of Pedraza Castle houses the Zuloaga Museum, established by the heirs of the painter Ignacio Zuloaga.
The painter bought Pedraza Castle in 1926, and after restoring one of its towers, installed his studio there, where he painted landscapes and portraits of the village's residents. Ceramic pieces, paintings and drawings by Zuloaga are on display in the museum, along with paintings by other artists, including one of Christ by El Greco, a portrait of the Countess of Baena by Goya, and a 17th-century Flemish still life.
- Designation: Local museum
- Artistic period: Contemporary
- Content: Fine arts
- From May 01 to Sep 30
- From Wednesday to Sunday From 11:00 to 14:00 From 17:00 to 20:00
- From Oct 01 to Apr 30
- From Wednesday to Sunday From 16:00 to 18:00
Visits by prior arrangement at all other times.
- General: €6
- Admission free Niños menores de 10 años.
- Reduced: €3
Joint admission to Patio “Entre Muros”, “Patio de Armas” and “Museo en Torre Norte”.