Built in the late 15th century on the initiative of Friar Alonso de Burgos and one of the finest examples of the Hispano-Flemish style. Today it houses Spain’s National Museum of Sculpture, and the country’s most important collection of religious sculptures.

The elaborate façade features a wealth of figures ranging from soldiers to savages, saints and popes, presided over by the Catholic Monarchs among the branches of the Tree of Life, in an allegory created by the theological scholars that once lived here.

The building stands around two courtyards; the first separating the religious area to the left, with the chapel and the Convent of San Pablo; the school is situated to the right, arranged around a second square courtyard in the traditional style of such places of learning.

Historical Data

Architecture:
Civil engineering
Construction:
University building
Predominant styles:
Gothic
Historical Period:
Early modern period

Address

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

More information

Tourist Office of Valladolid

Address:

C/ San Benito, 1. Valladolid. 47003 Valladolid.

Telephone: 983 426 196

Email: sanbenito@valladolidturismo.com

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

  • Tuesday to saturday: 10:00 – 14:00 and 16:00 – 19:30
  • Closed: monday

Tickets

  • General: 3 €
  • Reduced: 1.5 €

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