Toledo's Contemporary Art Museum opened in 1975. It is housed in a sixteenth-century building known as the Casa de las Cadenas ("House of Chains") near calle Santo Tomé. The building itself is a classic example of the architecture of the period, with wooden galleries on the first and second floors around a central courtyard. The museum has a permanent collection of twentieth century sculpture and paintings, including works by the well-known realist painter, Antonio López García. The entrance is free. Closed: 1/1, 1/5, 25/12.
Arts & Museums
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