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Between Exhibitions

The old granary is a fascinating building originating from the 14th century and, in the past, used... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2018
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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Ancient granary turned exhibition hall

The building - near the Cathedral - makes you curious. It is clearly an ancient warehouse, given... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2017
Zurich, Switzerland
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11 Feb 2018
“Between Exhibitions”
4 Oct 2017
“Ancient granary turned exhibition hall”
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Reviewed 12 February 2018 via mobile

The old granary is a fascinating building originating from the 14th century and, in the past, used by the city to store it’s valuable stock of grain. The name derives from the word “Almud” a measurement scale for the grain. Now used for art exhibitions,...More

Thank bsandrs
Reviewed 5 October 2017

The building - near the Cathedral - makes you curious. It is clearly an ancient warehouse, given the absence of windows and the flat squat shape. Turns out it was a granary and salt magazine. Now it is a museum or exhibition hall. Currently the...More

Thank lilliputz
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

I do not recommend the visit of this museum, when you enter you have to remove your shoes in order to visit the museum, because there is a "piece of art" on the floor. Nonsenses.

Thank Fran G
Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

It's a historic building but really just a big hall with some old paintings high up on the walls. Now used as an art gallery sometimes so there were big stands in place which took away from the scale of the place too. Just look...More

Thank Helena N
Reviewed 23 April 2017

This is the former hall for ensuring food (grain) security, but currently used for temporary exhibitions. We visited in April when it was empty (no charge, but if you have the cheap 3-day Municipal Museums pass, it is included) and could get a good feel...More

Thank Nicolaas H
Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

Not brilliant...too much is given for granted. Not that friendly and pretty expensive. Expensive for what you get. Unfriendly staff. I won't go back. Nasty and pricey. Unfriendly staff. Got some vermouth and got the first round tapa but that was it

1  Thank INNÊS M
Reviewed 14 August 2016

A historic building that served various purposes from the Middle Ages onwards. Now used for exhibitions. Near the Cathedral, interesting to see but not a must.

Thank ebertello
Reviewed 20 March 2016

This used to be the main granary of the city, for storage, management and sale of grain. The name derives from an arab grain measure 'almud' .

Thank BillemonM
Reviewed 4 July 2015

Our city cycling guide recommended we visit this beautiful restored 15th century building, located a short walk away from Plaza de la Virgen or opposite the Archaeological centre of L'Almoina, it overlooks the small relaxing Plaza of Saint Luis Bertran. El Almudin was built with...More

Thank kpiddy
Reviewed 9 October 2014

Is a nice visit , if you are into history is awesome to study. Is in an area were there is other important visits so is on the way convenient .

1  Thank srobert2
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