As one of the municipal museums this palace can be visited for free with the Valencia Tourist Card, for €2 as a standalone, €6 Euros alongside the other museums for 3 consecutive days, or for free on Sundays (when most museums are also free).
It's definitely one you'd want to visit, alongside the spectacular Museum of the City in the Palacio Marqués de Campo, the archaeological site of Almoina and a few others nearby. It's a real shame there's no English in this museum, but your rudimentary Spanish will serve you well in deciphering a few things about the building's history and importance. There's a facsimile of the draft constitution of 1812 in Cadiz amongst other documents, as well as the usual portraits of the monarchy etc.
Upstairs is set out in the style it might have once been with original the furniture and layout. No further reading required, just a nose around your palatial surroundings. You'll probably only spend 45 minutes to an hour here if you can't read Castellano or Valencia.
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