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Museo Sefardi de Granada

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Important Museum

The City refused to License this museum so it is in the house of one of the four Sefardic families... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Austin, Texas
An important part of Spanish history

There are five jewish families in Granda, 4 Sephardic one Ashkenazi. One of them have established... read more

Reviewed October 27, 2017
Melbourne, Australia
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Plaza Berrocal 5 | behind Calle Rodrigo del Campo 37, 18009 Granada, Spain
+34 958 22 05 78
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The City refused to License this museum so it is in the house of one of the four Sefardic families in Granada. After going to the Cathedral and hearing about the fantastic Reconquest, we decided to see what the Muslim and Jewish sides of the...More

Thank txtfa001
Reviewed October 31, 2017 via mobile

I was interested in the Jewish presence in Granada but the Museum had very little Jewish “stuff” and no explanations that gave the least indication of how important the Sephardic Jews were to Granada. What was present at the Museum was a ghoulish exhibition covering...More

Thank Gary S
Reviewed October 27, 2017

There are five jewish families in Granda, 4 Sephardic one Ashkenazi. One of them have established this museum, a brief history of Sefardi life in Spain. It is a well presented small museum preserving the history of this important part of spanish and jewish history....More

1  Thank Fitzroytraveller
Reviewed March 24, 2017 via mobile

Pros: it's in a tiny beautiful house Cons: a bit expensive and lacks interesting artifacts to display. But those are pros and cons for a museum. If you take this place Asa memorial house than it's definitely doing it's job. If you aren't familiar with...More

Thank Amirhir
Reviewed October 20, 2016 via mobile

We found this tiny house by accident and were captivated by the feeling and the gentleman who showed us round. It contains a collection of artifacts that have been collected over the years. Yes it's not a museum in the true sense of the word...More

Thank pamela c
Reviewed August 13, 2016

We visit for the exposition about the Inquisition and was very good, maybe the game of thrones took some ideas from them, don't miss this is a great view to the past.

Thank Mariposa3000
Reviewed March 29, 2016

Visited the museum as I was aware of the Jewish patronage of Christopher Colombus. Firstly let me say, that it is fantastic that this museum exists to keep alive the Jewish contribution to Spain. However, some to the texts around the rooms are the works...More

1  Thank PaulHatton
Reviewed March 27, 2016

The owners are friendly, but 5 euros is WAY too much for what I would describe as a couple of rooms filled mainly with junk. There's very little actual information or artefacts from the Jews in Granada. Instead, space is taken up by a random...More

Thank tom s
Reviewed February 13, 2016

We rang the doorbell as the museum hours said it was open. A gentleman appeared at the window and said the museum was closed. We wished him a good week, it was Saturday evening, then he said he'd open just for us. It was an...More

1  Thank Bet-Hanan
Reviewed November 17, 2015 via mobile

A very interesting museum which is a sad reminder of what happened in Europe and in Spain. Show respect and do not quetch as one reviewer did! The most amazing revelation in the museum was that Christopher Columbus and the people who financed his trip...More

1  Thank trip1250
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