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Museo Nacional de Escultura

Museo Nacional de Escultura

The National Museum boasts a brilliant display of polychrome wood with the sculpture of the Spanish Renaissance. The museum is widely renowned for its high quality sculptures and historical exhibitions.
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Museo de Valladolid

Divided into two sections, this museum features archaeology from the Valladolid area, and fine arts displays including painting, sculpture, furniture and tapestries.
Campo Grande

Campo Grande

This large park in the city centre is a delightful place to stroll among the peacocks and red squirrels, or kick back with an ice cream and watch the locals at leisure.
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Museo del Arte Contemporaneo Español

This museum offers contemporary art from 1918 to the present day and it is located in the cloisters of the Monasterio de San Benito. It has an impressive collection, and the bookshop is recommended.
Museo Oriental

Museo Oriental

Exquisite examples of Chinese and Filipino art, gathered during four centuries of Spanish missionary exploration. Museo Oriental is located in the Royal College of Augustinian Fathers.
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Teatro Calderón

Teatro Calderón is named after the playwright Pedro Calderón de la Barca. This is Valladolid’s principal theatre and concert hall. It has a lively programme of plays, jazz, opera and flamenco.
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Museo Provincial del Vino, Peñafiel

The area surrounding Valladolid is one of Spain’s major wine producing regions. Most of the actual bodegas don’t admit visitors, so this museum, which offers wine-tasting, is a good alternative. It’s located in the town’s wonderful old castle.
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Casa-Museo de Cervantes

Cervantes lived in this house from 1603 to 1606, in what was then an unfashionable and malodorous district of Valladolid. It’s redecorated with furniture of the day and hosts regular exhibitions related to the writer.
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