National Sculpture Museum
This museum houses noted and important Spanish sculptures from the Early Middle Ages up to the beginning of the nineteenth century. The collection features some unique works such as a Neapolitan Nativity Scene from the eighteenth century and a group of singular terracotta pieces representing a bull fight from the times of Charles IV of Spain.
The collections are distributed among various historical buildings including the San Gregorio College, an architectural masterpiece built at the end of the fifteenth century as well as the Villena Palace and the Conde de Gondomar Palace, both built in the sixteenth century, and the Church of Saint Benedict.
The museum collections also contain a selection of sculptures from the former National Museum of Artistic Reproductions with reproductions and plaster casts of renowned sculptures from important European collections.