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We went to the English tour here at the tapestry museum and it was amazing! Our family learned son mug about all the work and effort put into these tapestries. We learned so much and it is a great place to stop by and take...More
Just adding to the "Living Treasure" review. It's not often that you get the chance to see highly skilled artisans at work and be given a clear and lively explanation of the intricacies involved! As you know, weaving a carpet is now mostly mechanized, but...More
you have to book in advance. only 20 people per group only one tour a day in english
very interstin to see the methods and work of the knitting and restuaration . not all the place is open for vists as it is dangeres for...More
Factory is a bit misleading; this is really a workshop where highly trained and skilled artisans make tapestries, rugs and banners by hand. In late July, we attended the English tour at 12:15 p.m. All visits into the workshop are with guides. Our guide was...More
We arranged a tour via email for the English tour. The docent spoke great English and we had no issues understanding her.
This is really a trip back in time as you will see how tapestries and rugs are created and repaired. Nothing new or...More
Tours are given in several languages and it's very interesting and unique to watch actual tapestries be designed and wolven. It' a fascinating craftsmanship that's hard to find. All of our group enjoyed the wonderful experience!
The Real Fabrica de Tapices (Royal Tapestry Factory) is an amazing place. It is not a museum per se, although during the guided visit (only way to visit) you will see some amazing works of tapestry. The Real Fabrica de Tapices is a working factory...More
This is not per se a museum, the only access is via guided tours lasting about 1 hour. If you prefer to have a tour in English, you'll have to book ahead. My Spanish is pretty good and I had no trouble understanding the docent...More
You have to book in advance for this attraction and be careful to allow time for finding it, but it is worth the effort. I learnt a lot about making carpets and tapestries, but what really amazed me was watching the craftspeople in their painstaking...More
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Like the other reviewer, we just showed up during their public hours and got a fantastic tour. They do not have a shop. But they sell a very nice book about the place. The shop only does commissions at about €10,000 per... More
Like the other reviewer, we just showed up during their public hours and got a fantastic tour. They do not have a shop. But they sell a very nice book about the place. The shop only does commissions at about €10,000 per square meter. They do a lot of restorations.