Located in the former Santa Cruz Hospital.
The outstanding features of this 16th-century building are its Plateresque façade and its courtyard and staircase, the work of Covarrubias, and its Mudéjar and Renaissance coffered ceilings. The museum's collection is divided into three sections: Archaeology, devoted to the Roman, Visigothic, Moorish and Mudéjar cultures; Fine Arts, with an excellent selection of 16th- and 17th-century paintings from Toledo, and works by such artists as El Greco; and Industrial Arts, with examples of popular culture and traditional local crafts (ceramics, glass, fabrics, wrought iron and precious metalwork).
Santa Cruz Museum
Calle Miguel de Cervantes, 3
45001 Toledo (Castilla-La Mancha)
Puerta del Sol Square
It was built in the 13th century by the Knights Hospitaller as an…
Located in the Cathedral, it includes several interesting areas,…
Santiago del Arrabal Church
Considered one of the most striking Mudejar temples in Toledo.…
The Cathedral's Tapestry and Textile Museum
The collection includes tapestries and textiles from Toledo…