Royal Monastery of Santa Clara - Museum Guide
|Weekdays||Sundays and holidays|
|10 to 14||10,30 to 15,00|
|16 to 18,30||Closed Mondays.|
* BOX OFFICE AND ADMISSION TO THE MONASTERY CLOSE ONE HOUR EARLIER
Single rate: 6 €
Free Admission: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 16 to 17:30 h. for citizens of the European Union and Latin American citizens, both holding proof of nationality or work permit. As well as, children under 5, large families, Official Tourist Guides, Professors, disabled visitors, and unemployed visitors (all of them showing credentials).
Agency and Tourist Guide: 5 €
Educational: free 12 groups/day. Only the European Union and Latin American countries can benefit from free admission (except on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays).
Guidance devices are compulsory for groups. The equipment can be hired at the box office (1.20 € per person).
TICKET RESERVATIONS AND SALE OF TICKETS SERVICE: at the ticket desk, on the phone 902 044 454 or by internet https://entradas.patrimonionacional.es/es-ES/informacion-recinto/9/monasterio-sta-clara
Different living rooms of great architectural and decorative interest such as the Mudejar Chapel, the Arabic Yard, the Golden Chapel, the Refectory, the Yard El Vergel, Antechoir, Long Choir, Church, Saldaña Chapel...
It contains painting, sculpture and furniture collections. Among others, an altarpiece with paintings attributed to Nicolás Francés, the small manual organ that is believed to have belonged to Queen Joanna I (the Mad) and the magnificent golden roof placed on the presbytery. It is the masterpiece of Castilian mudejar style.
Arabian Baths: Visits allowed when atmospheric humidity so permits. Old baths are placed inside the Palace and they are divided into four rooms. They are closely related to Islamic examples in Andalucía and Levante in the XIth century.