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Museum is inside nice church. 2€ for an adult. t's really small, short exposition, but unfortunately no English guide. No boards of even a paper so.. For Spanish people it's probably worthy, for people who don't speak Spanish it's useless.
This is a small museum without display explanation in English. Certainly one can visually enjoy the architecture, murals, jeweled displays and the alter-piece. We felt fortunate to be in the company of a guide who explained the time, place and influence of the Visigoths.
It was nice but small. No English or audio guide. They have a free evening so that would be the best time to go. Only worth about 30 minutes. Tower was closed when we were there due to deteriorating steps . Is supposed to be...More
The Visagoda Museum was a real find. The Museum is located inside the 13th century Mudejar Church of San Roman with well-preserved 13th century frescos covering the walls of the church. The museum has an excellent archaeological collection from the 6, 7 and 8th centuries...More
Excellent church with well preserved 13th century frescoes. It has a number of exhibits lining the walls of the church from late antiquity and Visigothic era.
No English signage though which would help explain some of the objects.
The museum is actually included inside the San Roman Church, tucked away behind one of Toledo’s labyrinthine streets. The church itself provides an excellent example of 13th century Mudéjar architecture. It has a beautiful interior with high-quality frescos. But the Visigoth museum is quite small,...More
I was very disappointed by my visit here as I was interested to lean about the Visigoths. The entrance is now 2 Euro which you are supposed to pay into a machine so try and have change if you come. The building is lovely on...More