Former home and workshop of the master sculptor and artist Victorio Macho, this museum stands as a tribute to his life and his work which was donated to the Spanish people upon his death. Macho chose a splendidly scenic spot to produce art — surrounded by mountains and next to the Tagus River, with one of the best imaginable views of the city of Toledo.
Victorio Macho’s variety of work from self-portraits to depictions of famous Spanish monuments and figures and models is all on display in rooms of the home, as well as the crypt and gardens. Some of his greatest pieces, including “El Hermano Marcelo” and “Torso Gitano” can be seen here. His work is considered by many to be the greatest in modern Spanish sculpture. It is also home to the Real Fundación de Toledo, which works to preserve the cultural and historical heritage of Toledo and often holds fascinating temporary exhibitions.
The Victorio Macho Museum is located at the Plaza Victorio Macho in Toledo, in a space also known as Roca Tarpeya. It is open Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 7 pm, with an admission cost of €3.