The Catholic Queen


Many historical events have taken place in the palace but the most important facts to remember are that Queen Isabel made her will in one of the rooms of this palace and also that she died there, on 26th of November of 1504.

The building of the palace started in the middle of the 13th century. In 2004, to commemorate the five hundredth anniversary of Isabel’s death, the place was transformed into a graphic museum: the “Royal Testamentary Palace of Isabel the Catholic.

The museum also includes the next-door building know as the “Casa de los Arcos” that dates back to the 17th century.

For more information visit the website of  Royal Testament Palace

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How to visit the Palace?

Here, the visitor will discover the political portrait of the most influential queen en Spain's history as well as her European and American legacy.



Tuesday to Saturday:

  • Morning: 10.00 h. – 14.00 h.
  • Afternoon: 16.00 h. – 19.00 h.

Monday, Sunday and bank holidays:

  • Morning: 11.00 h. – 14.30 h.



  • 2.50 €  
  • 2,00 € (older than 65 years old, younger than 26 years old. Groups with more than 25 people and unemployed) 
  • 1,50 € (younger than 18 years old)
  • Free younger than 3 years old
  • 1,00 € Combined ticket with the guided tour of the Castle



Information of interest

Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00-14:00 and 16:00-19:00 hours.

Monday, Sunday and bank holidays:  11:00-14:30



Price: 2,50€; Reduced tickets 2,00€; 1,50€. Free younger than 3 years old;

Price: 1,00€ Combined ticket with the guided tour of the Castle.



Phone: +34 983 81 00 63

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Plaza Mayor de la Hispanidad 2, 47400, Medina del Campo, Valladolid (España)



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