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September 16 to June 15: Tuesday to Saturday: from 9,00 to 20,30 hours. Sundays and festive of opening: from 9,00 to 15,30 hours. Monday closed (excluded holidays). June 16 to September 15: Tuesday to Sunday and festive: from 9,00 to 15,30 hours...more
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The Renaissance palace that previously comprised the museum is still undergoing renovation, although it is possible to visit the beautiful patio, but the new building attached to it is open and displays a limited but excellent selection of archaeological artefacts over two floors to illustrate...More
The museum has some beautiful exponates that give you a glimpse into the the inhabitants life along the centuries.
It is nicely organized and explained.
In the underground you can see the remains of the antique roman amphitheatre.
The entry is free for EU citizens.
Many museums are overwhelming and you find your self speeding through the exhibits at some point. This museum is perfect in the number of exhibits and history shown in a relatively small museum. Everything was fascinating, showing several thousand years of history.
The museum is built over the remains of a Roman theater. I got an appreciation of the rich cultures that considered to Cordoba, Iberian, Roman, Visigoth, Moorish, Jewish and Spanish contributions. The timeline and exhibits were very informative and worth a visit to truly understand...More
This is one of the better museums I have been to in Spain. Very well presented with clear explanations in Spanish and English. Good range of artifacts and Roman ruins under the building too. To top it all it is free to EU citizens. Lockers...More
I found this museum very well curated. The entry was free and the exhibition really interesting. Also very well blended with the big "real" item, the Roman theatre ruins.
I learnt a lot and enjoyed the two hours I spent there.
This is a very attractive modern building with a historic dig in the lobby--which you can see from the outside. It is a very nice oine--the focal point of the whole property. The cost of entrance is so cheap that you should at least stop...More
Free for EU citizens and only 1,50 euros for the rest, it would be a shame if someone missed it. Situated in a beautiful square, you can have your coffee after your visit, it has some nice artifacts. Coming from Greece I'm not usually impressed...More