I live next to Plaza de los Sitios and so am located extremely close to Museo de Zaragoza. I've spent many afternoons just wandering through the halls of this museum simply because it's so close and it's free but it's always been a pleasure. Something about it is very relaxing and they have a few wonderful rooms dedicated to Goya which comprise one of the best collections of the work of one of Spain's most important artists. Goya grew up in Fuendetodos, a pueblo of Zaragoza, and is consequentially a hometown hero. His work can be seen in La Basilica del Pilar as well. The collection in Museo Ibercaja is better and clearly the best of his work is displayed in Prado, but even still, the work on display in Museo de Zaragoza can not be sneezed at and admission is free. For this alone, this museum is worth a visit; to see a respectable body of work from one of Spain's greatest artist's in his hometown for the price of gratis.
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