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If you are visiting Segovia the museum is definitely worth a visit. Allow about an hour or so. It's not on the scale of museums in the big cities which suits me as I don't like to spend hours inside especially if it's nice outside....More
This museum has archaeological and ethnological exhibits as well as paintings and sculptures and offers visitors an overview of the past of Segovia. It is a quiet and informative museum and we could not believe that we were the only ones inside. Because of its...More
we enjoy wandering around this museum very nicely laid out.Interesting artifacts and paintings. We were given leaflet in English explaining each room and also english is on boards next to exhibits. This museum is well worth a visit
For a fairly small town like Segovia I thought this was a surprisingly good museum. It is really well laid out with artefacts, art and more, charting the history off the town. As others have noted it's free on Saturday although the couple of Euros...More
The museum contains exhibits illustrating the history of Segovia and includes a good selection of Roman and Visigothic remains as well as more modern items from the medieval period and the reigns of the Hapsburg and Bourbon kings. There are exhibits on the wool trade...More
The Museum of Segovia – Casa Del Sol you will pass on your right hand side a little further after you have got the “Mirador”.
The Museum of Segovia, who has as subsidiary the Zuloaga Museum, and has an exposition of about 1500 pieces from...More
This is a cracking little museum, mostly unvisited by tourists, set discreetly along the road not far from the Alcazar. The only downside to it, from a personal perspective, was that the introductory film was all in Spanish, with no subtitles.
But, apart from that,...More
I went here as heard it was worth seeing; it covers a wide range of eras and costing €1 to enter was a pleasant exception to the rule of higher-than-I'd-like admission fees for the other museums I visited in Spain. If you know a few...More
It's easily overshadowed by the main sites Segovia has but the museum is certainly worth a visit.
It has a good range of exhibits, from pre-Roman through to the modern day, it's tidy and the organisation of the artefacts makes sense.
It's cheap too (2...More