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Museo de Caceres

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Plaza de Veletas in the old town, 10003 Caceres Spain
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Hugenot wrote a review Mar 2020
UK305 contributions146 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our visit. It's not so big as to get overloaded and there is a great mix of antiquities, social history, sculpture, old and modern art. Would definitely recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Larry B wrote a review Feb 2020
Prince George, Canada426 contributions198 helpful votes
this was an interesting exhibition that is included in the admission to the old town. At 3 Euro for the package you can't go wrong and the tower and this venue enhance the experience.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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empty_field2014 wrote a review Dec 2019
Fuentes de Andalucia, Spain95 contributions52 helpful votes
The museum is very well set out and informative,the building is beautiful and has very good views over the the surrounding area.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Oscar8T wrote a review Nov 2019
Carbondale, Colorado35 contributions30 helpful votes
We visited the art museum and it had moderate crowds and a line of about 15 minutes to get in. This is likely because it was a Sunday and that was a free admission day. The museum has an archeological and ethnological portion where one enters first. In this are samples from stone age to bronze age and iron age and continuing to the 1800's. Other portions show the history of farm equipment and tools and others have historical clothing. The rate limiting step in visiting the museum housed in this medieval building appears to be the cistern. It is a small space with a small walk way bordering it. There is a bar preventing one from falling in but it is a tight squeeze with people entering and others leaving. The stairway down to it is narrow and there are a few doors where most people have to duck their heads. For us even better was the art museum. It has very limited number of paintings and the emphasis is on Spanish painters. There were three Picasso prints and a Miro drawing. The contemporary room had about 10 paintings. It was very manageable and enjoyable experience.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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WasOnce wrote a review Oct 2019
Bucks County, Pennsylvania427 contributions119 helpful votes
....because there was little else to do in Old Town Caceres other than walk through quiet, narrow cobble-stone streets. The museum provides a glimpse of local history from earliest civilization (pottery shards, primitive tools, jewelry, grave markers) to "modern" times (local costumes, textiles, agricultural implements, contemporary art). It is hard for me to see this as an outing for children/teens. The good news is that museum entry fee is a true deal at 1 Euro per person. Its worth the trip down the steep stairs to view the ancient cistern. The woman at the ticket counter was probably THE most pleasant person we encountered at a tourist site during our 17 days in Spain. She seemed genuinely glad to see us.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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