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Patriarch Museum

Calle Nave 1, 46003 Valencia, Spain
+34 963 51 41 76
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Interesting cloister and museum

For 2 euros you can visit the museum, cloister, chapel and church. The museum has religious... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2016
Diane K
Chicago, Illinois
Hidden Gem!

We were en route to the Bull Ring and Art Nouveau Train Station when students from the University... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2015
Ali I
Manchester, United Kingdom
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24 Feb 2016
“Interesting cloister and museum”
9 Sep 2015
“Hidden Gem!”
Calle Nave 1, 46003 Valencia, Spain
+34 963 51 41 76
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Reviewed 24 February 2016

For 2 euros you can visit the museum, cloister, chapel and church. The museum has religious artwork. The guards were quite helpful, providing a short summary of the site in English.

Thank Diane K
Reviewed 9 September 2015

We were en route to the Bull Ring and Art Nouveau Train Station when students from the University politely invited us to visit this incredible place. None of our Guide Books had highlighted this venue as being of great significance and initially we were reluctant...More

Thank Ali I
Reviewed 16 February 2015

Was recommended to visit by a local. Seminary for 10 clergy but recently opened to public. Peaceful cloister in centre of old town, next to university building. Small impressive art gallery including Caravaggio and El Greco. Chapel and baroque church. I was the only one...More

Thank pandn2014
Reviewed 15 October 2014

The Patriarch Museum has plenty of good art. There are two paintings by El Greco (the Adoration of the Sheperds and St. Francis and Fray Leon Pondering on Death), the Crucifixion by Caravaggio and several good paintings by Joan de Joanes. The courtyard is beautiful...More

Thank BennyMalaga
Reviewed 29 April 2013

Museo del Collegio del Corpus Christi in Plaza Collegio del Patriarch in Valencia is also called The Patriarch Museum . It is in a former catholic seminary and, in addition to the art gallery, it has a working church and a beautiful chapel. It was...More

1  Thank MichaelNua
Reviewed 16 April 2013

Went because I believed they had an El Greco painting. Correct. Small but genuine. The rest of the paintings were the favoured Renaissance themes of Religion and Penitance. Attractive courtyard but not much else. The Patriarco Church next door is a completely different experience. Very...More

Thank GordonrSpain
Reviewed 23 March 2012

A museum that is hardly visited but worth every effort.. if you like Spanish art!!!! Maybe not for beginners but even the walk around the building is worth the ticket. GO!

Thank Agarratequevoy
Reviewed 7 January 2012

The Patriarch Museum is also called the Corpus Christi Royal College, and is a seminary with both a church and a chapel. This is a training college for future priests that was founded by San Juan de Ribera who lived between 1532 and 1611. There...More

1  Thank BennyMalaga
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