The museum is close to the MARQ tram stop but is quite a walk from the town, just follow the main road, it takes about 30 minutes. The adult entrance fee was 3 euros.
You could easily spend at least a couple of hours or more in the museum. The exhibits are described in Spanish with a one-line summary in English. The items (pots, coins, clothes, jewelry, artwork, etc.) are in spacious rooms in chronological order. There are interactive descriptions of the exhibits on DVD and videos available in some rooms. They could do with some benches in the rooms though there is bench seating in the corridor. The opening hours are on their website.
The temporary exhibition El Reino de la Sal (to January 2014) was on the ancient Hallstatt salt mine in Austria (not Spain!) and was very interesting and informative.
The café in the courtyard does food and drinks, the price of the tea and coffee with milk was only 1 euro 30 (black coffee even cheaper at 1 euro).
If you fancy a bit of shopping when you’re near the museum, the Plaza Mar 2 shopping centre is close by, if you go there by tram you will have already seen it. If you’re leaving the museum, turn left out of the gate and left again into the next road, then straight ahead; you will see a footbridge over to the right which is how you walk to the centre.
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