Firstly, this is a beautful building ( an ex covent apparently) - the courtyards are lovely.
The artwork is mostly 'religious' from the medival period 476 - 1453. This makes up 95% 0f the exhibition. So, you have Jesus on the cross, Mary , the disiciples, lots of angelic cherubs fluttering around, and lots of prominent members of the churh etc.
Not really my type of art if I'm honest , but of course, it may be one of yours.
Worth Going? Yes, it's reasonably close to town and an hour well spent to see this important Spanish art work.