A delightful place to explore! This museum is located in an old Posada (Inn) in the centre of Málaga just a couple of hundred metres up from the Centro de Artes y Costumbres. Again, just the other side of the road from the river. Ten to fifteen minutes walk from the Maria Zambrano Railway Station, ten from the Alameda Principal and about 15-20 from the Port. There is a small multi-storey car park close to the indoor market and within about 100 metres from the museum.
Much has been done to retain the character of the old inn while displaying the exhibits in the form of room settings as they would have been a couple of centuries ago. The Posada has a central courtyard or atrium around which are staged various exhibits as well as the room settings. There is a wealth of things to take in from small carriages and carts, grinding mills, implements for the care of horses, a forge, domestic utensils, examples of the printers art, to the storage of wine and ale and much more.
The visitor can easily spend an absorbing hour or two looking around this museum. With entry at two to three euros it is extremely good value for money. Again, a museum where photography is permitted.
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