San Gil Brotherhood Museum
The San Gil Brotherhood Museum is located at the hillock of the city. The Sacramental Brotherhood of San Gil originates from the old hospital congregations that started appearing during the 13th century. The Museum is divided in three sections, the first one belongs to the Float of the Christ of Health
(Cristo de la Salud), an anonymous representation of Christ that dates back to the 16th century. The next area displays the Float of the Crown of Thorns (Coronación de Espinas), an anonymous religious sculpture of an Ecce Homo from the 18th century. The last room showcases the baldachin of Our Lady of Sorrows (Ntra. Sra. de los Dolores), an image from the 18th century attributed to Montes de Oca.
Address: Calle San Marcos, 3 – Écija (Sevilla)
Contact: +34 955 428 077/+34 658 78 12 02
Opening hours: Visits only by appointment
Price: 1,5 €