The Army Museum is installed in two buildings, the historic fortress and the new plant, joined by the remains found in archaeological excavations for the extension.
The new building houses administrative offices, the Temporary Exposiones room, the room of the Army at the present time, the didactic classroom, auditorium, archives, a library, cafeteria, catering shops and stores, all of them endowed with the greatest technical advances for the conservation, restoration, documentation, research and dissemination of funds are kept.
The Alcazar has been earmarked for the Permanent Exhibition. The space has been divided into rooms that reflect the history of Spain twinned with its army, and rooms that present thematically wealth of the Museum through the collections.
If you are making the visit to the Museum, alone or with family or friends are some tips to make your stay you find most gratifying:
- Plan your visit in advance. The museum has a website that will let you know.
- The museum has a children's tour is specially designed for their children. Discover it at home and try to engage your child with you for the visit by questions and answers on the works to be watching.
- Refer to the activities planned for the day of his visit. If you are able, try to visit the Museum on weekdays to avoid crowds.
- If you do not have time to walk around the museum, try to tailor your visit to the topics that interest you, or you have time.
The Military Museum is housed in the Alcázar in Toledo. This fortified building can be found on the highest hill in the city, a symbol of battles and wars, that nowadays also contains the Library of Castile-La Mancha.