Because of the different openinghours we only had about half an hour to explore this gem... too bad, there was a lot to see, good english booklet with explanations, interpretations... Since the history museum was closed, this was the best we could do in sense of getting a grip on Malaga history.
I enjoyed the rooms on the first floor with explanations on wine making, harvesting, bread making and yes, also on living in the small houses, but mainly you can get a bit of a feel of how staying at an inn would have been like.
The atmosphere is nice, calm and relaxed, the building is cool and it really is a nice gettaway from the hussle and buzzle of the city, really something else!
I would have loved to own a dress like the ones on display on the second floor.
Pitty we only had a half hour to rush through the museum, so when you go: plan a good amount of time for this museum!
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