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This is more interesting than some similar museums. As well as the usual artefacts from archaeological digs there were maps and information boards which put the items displayed into context of life at the time they would have been used.
Exhibition engaging and easy to understand, covering from pre-Christian times to present re Andulacia history. Beautiful artefacts especially the Greek Helmet. Lovely, welcoming staff. Only down side is that is very difficult to find on foot. Need more signposts. Numismatic section very well set out...More
We meandered down a few narrow side streets en route to this enchanting little museum a short distance away from the heart of Jerez. We were warmly welcomed, and given a free audio guide in English. The entrance fee was reduced for retired folks, and...More
The museum is in a beautifully restored building and no one else was there but us. The museum covers a huge range of history and there is an audio guide in English which is essential since the museum is otherwise in Spanish. The guide only...More
Not easy to find but well worth the effort. Everything you need to know about the geography and history of Jerez is here. Excellent exhibits, displays and commentary - a must for all history enthusiasts!
We were early for our bodega tours. This museum is 5 minutes walking from Fundador (Sherry tour) Admission was 5 Euro and included the English audio guide. The building itself is a nice traditional Spanish courtyard style, 3 stories. There are 14 stops on the...More
Set in a pleasant plaza you enter the museum via a magnificent entrance hall. Entry prices are very reasonably and include an audio guide. The museum is well thought out and takes you step by step through the human history of the area. So well...More
located 10 minutes walk from the cathedral it is set in a small square. and worth taking the time to find. It is set on 3 floors and has an interesting mix of artefacts from Jerez's past there is an audio guide which explains the...More