I found myself in the unusual position of joining a group of students from the bachillerato (16-18 or so) on a guided tour of the museum. The tour guide was informative and the museum was fascinating, but I'm afraid it wouldn't have been very interesting if I didn't speak Spanish. There were few (if any) signs in English and I'm not sure if they do tours in English.
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