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I found this museum very well laid out and had material of interest to those with little or nor previous knowledge of prehistoric Spain without in anyway being condescending. It was.a good introduction for me to the cave paintings in Puente del Viesgo which I...More
Fabulous museum beneath the Mercado del Este where we spent totally absorbed 2 hours following the route around in chronological order from earliest man to Middle Ages. The originality of the exhibits and use of films, computer graphics, original aretefacts, reconstructions, with plenty of hands...More
Be careful old regional museum is confused with this on some map applications. When eventually found it was well worth it. Lots of interactive displays. The prehistory part is just superb. Good explanations and lots of video recreations and simulations.
My friend and I enjoyed this museum very much! The MVPAC manages to stay true to the science of archaeology and engage its visitors but resists the temptation of becoming an amusement. The beautifully designed exhibitions draw in the visitor (relicated cave environments, for instance)...More
Last month, my wife and I enjoyed our visit to this Museum. Several things impressed us very much; the skillful use of new technologies, the collections of original prehistoric objects, and the almost mesmerizing morphing and graphic videos related to prehistoric art.
Our visit started...More
For some reason I had difficulty finding the museum. It is at the end of the Mercado. Admission is 5 Euro. I have never seen a museum laid out like this one. There were exhibits in the walls and floors. In places there were video...More
Visited this museum late in the day, entering at 18.40 expecting it to close at 19.30 as stated on opening hours outside the museum. At 19.20 the lights were switched off in the museum. Had to use my phone light to get out. I asked...More