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“Hunting Museum - Trophy Museum?”
Review of Museo de Caza

Museo de Caza
Ranked #51 of 86 things to do in Ronda
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“Hunting Museum - Trophy Museum?”
Reviewed 25 July 2014 via mobile

This is a fascinating place - beautiful building, amazing collection of hunting trophies and pictures, with a small but interesting shop. Not so much of a museum, as there is little other than the mounted heads and full body mounts - some history of the different areas hunted, rifles, equipment used would be great. However, if you are a hunter at heart, have an interest in wild life or the outdoors and adventure, this place is special in some kind if way. If you 'get' it, you will know what I mean. I visit it at every opportunity. Real shooting and hunting trips are arranged by the Organization de Caza which was founded by the museum.

Visited July 2014
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
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“Museum of stuffed animals - kind of creepy but interesting”
Reviewed 20 September 2013

We went in here spontaneously. It's only 1.5 euros so worth a quick visit to do something different and escape the heat of the Ronda sunshine. It seemed to be one man's collection of lots of different animals that he has shot and stuffed over the years (about five rooms of exhibits). The owner also offers hunting trips in the surrounding countryside. There were lots of different species of deer, water buffalo, moose, wild goats, wolves, as well as endangered species (lions, a jaguar) which one can only hope were shot and stuffed a long time ago. There's a bit of information about the more unsual animals so that you can find out their natural habitats, etc. In summary it was quite interesting, but not animal lovers, and it might give small children nightmares..

Visited September 2013
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“Dusty old place”
Reviewed 5 July 2013

This museum had a lot of old photos and some dusty costumes on creepy mannequns. Not much else. Even our pre-teen boys were unimpressed, which says a lot since they love guns, bandits, etc.

Visited July 2013
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Ottawa, ON
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“Small but informative museum”
Reviewed 14 May 2013

Loved the museum for what it was and not for trying to be something else... its small, you can complete the tour in under and hour, and we really liked the explanation of the geology and how the unique landscape affected the history.

Visited March 2013
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London, England, United Kingdom
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“Fascinating well presented museum”
Reviewed 11 January 2013

I stumbled across this museum - and was slightly daunted that it would be a temple to slaughter! However, if you have ever hunted, shot or fished in your life, or are interested in wildlife I would suggest you go in - entrance is a paltry 1.50 Euros! It is a beautiful building, and extremely elegantly done. An amazing quantity of heads, but beautifully mounted and displayed. Fascinating array of animals. Extremely good quality shop.

Visited January 2013
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