Bull Fighting Museum

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3.5
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Bea W
Cambridgeshire, UK57 contributions
Feb 2015 • Friends
We visited here on Fri 6 Feb 15. Whilst we had the location of this museum we were not too sure when we arrived that we had the right place. The museum is located at the back of the Murcia Bullfighting Club and accessed through the bar area of Club Taurino. When we enquired the Museo Taurino de Murcia wasn't open but the chap running the bar let us go through and turned on the lights! Entrance is free and the museum is on two floors. The museum is charming and quite a few displays had multi language labels including English. Whist we didn't eat here there were a lot of locals meeting for drinks and tapas. We had a couple of very good (and cheap) coffees and chatted to the bar man about some other local attractions. We didn't get the guys name but he was very helpful and spoke good English, thanks for the advice!
Written February 11, 2015
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Pete S
L1,611 contributions
Jan 2015 • Friends
Set in large gardens, this is a great museum with lots of Bull Fighting items, photos, memorabilia, posters, videos and clothing.
Bull Heads and historical items are displayed on two floors. Not wanting to see a real bull fight but interested in Spanish culture and history this is a must see.

It is free, staff are helpful and there is a fine Tapas Bar attached to the building.

Actually we found it on an afternoon walk around the city. A visit to the Tourist information will give up street plans and other leaflets of interest.

The only down side is that there is little in English- mainly Spanish language. But then, that is part of the charm.
Written January 14, 2015
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Paualijesion2014
Wakefield, UK618 contributions
Jul 2016 • Family
Staff were very helpful, was a bit tricky to find but some amazing presentations- the costumes are wonderful ! And we watched some live bull fighting on a high definition screen. All free, all very interesting !
Written July 29, 2016
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Tom C
Spain186 contributions
Sep 2014 • Solo
I've been to this most wonderful and great museum on a few occasions and find new things on each visit. I agree with all the reviews that are posted on this page, so I won't waste time repeating what's stated. So if you happen to be close by its worth a visit. So go look and enjoy this little gem. TomC.
Written June 9, 2015
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Trotamundostwo
Cheltenham, UK33 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
This is located within a park, just 5 minute's walk from the Cathedral area. There is also a cafe. There are wonderful advertising and event posters.
Written July 19, 2016
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pergolas1
13 contributions
Sep 2018 • Family
MADRID BULLFIGHTS.
As a family we attended at the Bullfighting Arena in Ventas Madrid. Tickets booked at local Spanish website for 13 Euro each. These were great seats so don’t pay any more. Tivkets also available at venue.

Venue very old and full of character. This is a must see to experience the Spanish culture and the beautiful outfits the matadors wear.

BUT.

The actual bullfighting was cruel and not something I would go to again. Being a hunter this sickened me and would strongly suggest you watch a you tube video so you know what will happen. I was ignorant to the fact the bulls would be killed. 8 in total per night. Downer on our Spanish holiday
Written September 2, 2018
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marc d
Dilbeek, Belgium204 contributions
Jan 2016 • Couples
Somehow we had difficulties finding it, but finally managed, and did not regret,
. It is special, gives you an initiation in a world of a different passion, and with history !
The bull club is still actively used , but fully set up as a museum for curious individuals.
Takes you less than an hour and fully free.
We had nice fresh tapa of calamares after the visit on their terrace!
Written January 12, 2016
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Alex L
Poole, UK9 contributions
Jun 2015 • Couples
What isn't advertised is the fantastic little restaurant attached to the museum! We stumbled across the place while walking around and had a really lovely lunch. Club Taurino is surrounded by some beautiful gardens with lots of trees you can sit under while enjoying an Estrella! We came back the next day for another awesome steak!

The museum is actually pretty interesting too!
Written June 1, 2015
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Josef G
West Sussex, UK83 contributions
Mar 2018 • Couples
Did a lap of the park looking for it then realized the museum is through a restaurant .
It’s Only 10 min walk from the center of town and a very fascinating look into the traditions of bull fighting.
Lots of old posters and elaborate outfits to look at. Well Worth a visit , free to get in and restaurant attached very friendly and does nice cold beer after :).
Written March 24, 2018
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RICHARD Y
28 contributions
Jan 2018 • Solo
Fiona not interested so she sat in bar outside whilst I visited.
It's Spanish history not to all tastes but I was not disappointed.
No charge
Walked into what is like a private members club fascinating.
Many great photos and incredible costumes.
Love the dining area upstairs where I guess some serious chat and a few beers go down
Well worth a look
Written January 4, 2018
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