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Don't miss this lovely museum hidden away in the rear of La Seo del Salvador cathedral. Entry to La Seo covers this museum as well. Very much worth your time and the modest entry fee. If you like tapestries, this place is perfect--one of the...More
Though all of the written explanations of these magnificent tapestries is in Spanish, an English audio is available to assist.
To see a collection of such large tapestries, some from the 15th century, in one place makes this worthy of a visit.
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This small but exquisite museum does not have many rooms but the medieval tapestries are stunning, high quality and well kept with amazing colours and lovely impressions of medieval art and life. Entry comes with a visit of the Cathedral which is equally worth seeing....More
Mainly Flemish tapestries of the highest quality, beautifully displayed in three rooms. a must, even for those who like me are not usually moved by tapestries. other reviewers have considered that the tapestries are faded. This is not so considering that they are hundreds of...More
Within the Cathedral de la Seo, this an excellent attraction. The tapestries, mostly from the 15th century are very impressive and illustrate just how complex and skilful this art was. Free admission to the Museum, though there is a small charge for admission to the...More
I'd been trying to get in here or a while now but the place was always shut whenever I arrived. Opens from 10 AM to around 2.30 PM and again from 8.30 PM to 10 PM or thereabouts! The Church interior on it's own is...More
Its 4 euro to go into the Seo church & it includes the tapastry museum. You cant just see the museum seperately without walking through the church. 3 large rooms of tapestries. Unlike the church though, the English leaflet was limited to the name of...More