Hours: 15 June – 15 September: Monday to Thursday: 10.00 to 14.00 and from 16.00 to 20.00 h.; Friday to Sunday: 10:00 to 20:00 h. 

Palacio de Santa Ines

Cuesta de Santa Inés, 6

18010, Granada 

Tel: 958-100-840 

Web: Palacio

The “Olvidados” refers to the Jews who lived in Granada before they were expelled from Spain in 1492. This is the first museum dedicated to those Jews, who contributed greatly to the culture of the city during medieval times, together with the Moors and Christians. Today these Jews are called Sephardic Jews. The Palace of Santa Ines was built in the 16th century. 

There are two floors or exhibits which are dedicated to the Spanish Inquisition, converts in Granada, Jewish symbolism, liturgical rituals, festivities and prominent Jews. There is a room related to Sephardic Ubeda and the Synagogue of Water, a ritual bath place. One can find ceramics, documents and furniture. All of these have been collected by the Crespo Lopez Family (non-Jews) who have collected these things over three generations. The museum is a private museum (no government financial aid) that opened On Jan. 2, 2014.