This intriguing house museum was originally created in the 1920s by the wealthy collector Marquis de Vega-Inclán, who also founded Toledo’s eccentric Museo del Greco and had a hand in creating Spain’s parador hotels. It has evolved into a museum focusing on the lifestyle of the upper middle class during the reign of Isabel II (1830–68). Its rooms and furnishings all evoke the romantic charm of the Isabelline style, which has a lot in common with British Victorian.