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Museo del Barquillero

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Plaza Abad Francisco Navarro, 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.
$66.74 per adult
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hans-jaguar wrote a review Dec 2017
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal16,719 contributions634 helpful votes
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This museum is just next door to the Colegiata de Santa Juliana en Santillana del Mar. This museum is in the “La Casa de la Archiduquesa de Austria”. At the entrance to the Barquillero Museum of Santillana del Mar we have a figure of a doll representing a waiter, which draws the attention of children mainly but also of the elderly. Upon entering there is a store with a lot of charm, since in it we can buy sweets, chocolates, artisan products and mainly waffles. To continue the visit, you have to go upstairs to the first floor, here you will see the area where everything is related to the world of wafers, here we can see nacelles, molds, an organ, car figurines, sewing machines, scales , spinning tops, old cola-cao boats and some waffle dolls among other objects of the time. Small location but nice. You can visit the museum From Monday to Friday and this from 5 to 9 pm, also during the weekends and holidays than it is open all day, the entrance is for free.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Mary M wrote a review Apr 2017
Zaragoza, Spain32 contributions11 helpful votes
The first floor has a couple of rooms you can see antique toys made of tin or wood. On the ground floor there's a shop with sweets and typical local products at a reasonable price. Deserves a short visit, specially if you have a sweet tooth.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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DerekH50 wrote a review Jul 2016
Edinburgh105 contributions48 helpful votes
Strolling around the museum to the sounds of Loreena Mckennet is a great experience with old toys and music making adding a little magic to the day
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Date of experience: July 2016
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