It's tucked away in a building you would pass right by unless you saw a statue of the man himself. The museum is in a gorgeous building with a cafe/bar inside (always a plus!) . The range of paintings and sculptures of the Don Quixote really is incredible. Very old, very new, modern, industrialist, almost impressionistic. They truly give you a feel for how far and wide this one man's epic adventure has traveled the world. The only down side would be the 'gift shop'. There are hardly any smaller prints of the paintings that are actually in the museum. A bit disappointed but, you can see many street artists on the weekends selling their own versions for very little. Absolutely worth the time.
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