Much of the cloister of the Monastery of the Incarnation has been converted into a Museum of Sacred Art, which is structured around the main cloister. The Museum consists of 4 rooms that house a significant collection of the Child Jesus, goldwork and notable sculptures. Worthy of note is a painting of Our Lady of Sorrows by Francisco Meneses Osorio from 1703, a 16th-century Hispanic panel representing the Descent from the Cross and a bust of Saint John the Baptist in baked clay.
Although it is open to visits, it is a cloistered convent.
Winter timetable (15 September - 15 June):
Guided tours from Tuesday to Sunday: 10.00h to 14.30h and 16.00h to 18.00h.
Summer timetable (16 June - 14 September):
Guided tours from Tuesday to Sunday: 9:30h - 14:30h and Thursday from 19:00 - 21:00h