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Museo Diocesano Regina Coeli

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Museo Diocesano Regina Coeli

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El Cruce s/n, 39330, Santillana del Mar Spain
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Santillana Del Mar & Altamira Museum
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Santillana Del Mar & Altamira Museum

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This is an excellent choice for travelers interested in medieval sights, beautiful architecture, and museums. Take the stress out of traveling on crowded public transport and opt for a stress-free alternative—a day trip with hotel pickup and drop-off included. Visit the stunning village of Santillana de Mar, see the Collegiate Church of Santa Juliana, the Altamira Museum and its Neocave, the Museum of Jesus Otero, and have time for shopping too.
$65.64 per adult
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Parks9 wrote a review Sep 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom122 contributions28 helpful votes
We were taken aback by the amount of relics here, interesting and a lovely building. Not recommended for children.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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hans-jaguar wrote a review Nov 2017
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal16,285 contributions633 helpful votes
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You can find this museum in the building who was the formal “Convent of the Sisters Domenico’s – Regina Coeli”, the museum has being created in the year 1967, and has been so the first diocesan museum from Spain. Behind the Museum is a great car park.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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dritherdon wrote a review Sep 2017
north west89 contributions50 helpful votes
On 3 floors this old building is not user friendly to those with impairments. Even just accessing the ground floor, there is a peaceful air
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Date of experience: September 2017
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nmph2017 wrote a review Sep 2017
Bendigo, Australia49 contributions8 helpful votes
Still a functioning Monastery so some quiet/respectful behaviour is a must. It dates back to the settlement of Santillana Del Mar and is part of the original northern route on the Camino de Compestela.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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GodfreydeZilla wrote a review Aug 2016
Glastonbury, United Kingdom156 contributions86 helpful votes
We went in there to hide from the rain. It is also opposite the bus stop to Santander so we thought we could spend some time in the museum while we waited for the next bus. The museum was completely empty. The religious artefacts and statues were quite interesting but the building was dark in places and some of the statues rattled when you stepped on a loose floorboard. We found it rather spooky.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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