This palace has had several owners: in the 18th century it belonged to the wife of the Marquis of Vilena, before passing into the hands of the Duke of Pastrana and the Marquis of Pombo and Alonso Pesquera. Today it is an annex of the National Museum of Sculpture, housing the Neapolitan nativity scene.

In the exterior, the plinths, corners and central section are made of masonry and the large arch at the entrance has two huge voussoirs. The side towers date back to the 19th century.

The interior is laid out around a courtyard, with two floors of semi-circular arches supported by ionic columns lining three of the sides. The staircase is divided into three flights and is covered by an early coffered ceiling.

Historical Data

Architecture:
Civil engineering
Construction:
Palace
Predominant styles:
Renaissance
Historical Period:
Early modern period

Address

Cadenas de San Gregorio 1 y 2. Valladolid. 47011 Valladolid.

More information

Oficina de Turismo of Valladolid

Address:

Plaza de Fuente Dorada s/n. Valladolid. 47001 Valladolid.

Teléfono: 983 330 893

Email: quioskoturismo@ava.es

Tourist Office of Valladolid

Address:

Pabellón de Cristal. Acera de Recoletos, s/n. Valladolid. 47004 Valladolid.

Telephone: 983 219 310

Fax: 983 217 860

Email: informacion@valladolidturismo.com

Email: oficinadeturismodevalladolid@jcyl.es

Website: http://www.info.valladolid.es

Opening hours

  • From November, 18 to February, 28:
    • Tuesday to saturday: 10:00 – 14:00 and 16:30 – 19:30
    • Sundays and holidays: 10:00 – 14:00
    • Closed: monday
  • Summer (July, 1 – August, 31):
    • Tuesday to saturday: 11:00 – 14:00 and 16:30 – 19:30
    • Sunday: 11:00 – 14:00
    • Closed: monday

Tickets

Free

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