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Museo de Caceres

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Address: Plaza de Veletas in the old town, 10003 Caceres, Spain
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+34 927 01 08 77

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good place, easy to find, very cool place to escape from the heat of the day. it tell the histroy of the city and the Extramadura, it built over the ancient Arab Aljibe (Water... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

good place, easy to find, very cool place to escape from the heat of the day. it tell the histroy of the city and the Extramadura, it built over the ancient Arab Aljibe (Water Reservoir), free entrance for European Citizen , the other must pay 7 euros

Thank Omar D
Braintree, United Kingdom
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10 reviews
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Reviewed February 22, 2017

A great visit, free to all EU nationals and only €1,20 for other nationals. The museum covers prehistory right up to the present. A fantastic find. Also attached is an art space on 3 floors.

Thank eagerbeavers
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Reviewed January 23, 2017

Some interesting exhibits, some very ancient and others giving an insight into local industries and ways of life

Thank Michael P
Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed January 3, 2017 via mobile

A lot of archaeological items from the Palaeolithic age to Romans in the 5 rooms of the ground floor. The second floor has items reflecting production and commerce. My favourite was the clothing. There were about 15 outfits and the needlework and design was stunning some separate displays of linen undergarments. Inspirational. The basement has a pool with arches. A... More 

1 Thank spiceylulu
Rocklin, California
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Reviewed November 2, 2016

Spent a few hours in this very interesting museum. Artifacts ranged from 13 BC to current art exhibits. Well worth the 1.5 Euro admission. You can go down to the Arab cistern within the museum.

Thank LLGib
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Reviewed October 31, 2016

Well displayed and documented time frames with evidence of patient research. History going back to a.D. times, and the recent influences of populations (Rumania).

Thank Thinkcostarica
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed October 18, 2016

Wonderful museum, free of charge. One of the few locations open and that we were allowed to visit since we were there when they were filming one of the many movies evidently made in the historic city area. Do not miss this museum with the Arab cistern in the basement. Friendly staff as well

1 Thank Debbybcn
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed September 22, 2016 via mobile

Nice collection From Palaeolithic times and modern art too. There are Romans underground and Morden art too. Worth a visit for art, history and Spanish culture lovers

Thank Juli R
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed September 1, 2016

We were just amazed at the quality of what this small museum has and spent a few hours enjoying it. The steles from 2000-3000 BC were interpreted and impressive. A very good presentation on the seldom mentioned Visigoth era and their accomplishments. Good ethnography and an informative explanation of how the region has changed in the past century in response... More 

2 Thank ed-TO
Province of Malaga, Spain
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Reviewed July 15, 2016

1 euro enterance fee for eu citizens! This museum has a bit of everything, includes a nice collection of clothes from about 100 years ago. Good for a nice enjoyable stroll out of the heat of mid day Worth a visit to add to your cultural experience of caceres

Thank Calaciban

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