The modern Sixth Building and the newly renovated Sarmiento building have an impressive collection of Galician art and archeological pieces. Unfortunately the descriptions are only in Spanish. I also enjoyed the maritime exhibit and especially the replica of a captain's cabin in the Castro y Monteagudo building. Although the Garcia Florez house has a collection of silver items, most of the rooms at the moment are bare and waiting to be renovated. Those two buildings are connected by a small bridge and are monitored by a not-very-hospitable gentleman at a desk when you first walk in. I was very disappointed that the ruins of the Santo Domingo Church were closed. From the outside it seemed exceptional and I was sad I couldn't get a closer look. Although I saw the Fernando Lopez building from the outside, it didn't look open. One of the best things about these museums is that they are free and worth visiting.
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