This museum is placed at the Palace or Hospital of Bazan. It seems to have been built in the 16th century over 3 Arab homes making the rooms asymmetrical.
Renaissance, Gothic and Mudejar elements have been combined in the construction of the same. In ancient times it was the home of Mr. Alonso de Bazan, Perpetual Regent of the city.
Reformed and conditioned with great taste, it is presently used as the Museum for Contemporary Spanish Engravings, considered to be one of the best in the world by critics.
The collection of engravings and graphics works includes a widespread revision of the best contemporary Spanish art, with etchings, lithographs, xylographies and other ways of art expression by well international-known artists, as Dali, Picasso, Tapies and Miro.