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This is a great place to visit. Sure the paintings in the Neo cave are reproductions but you don’t have to crawl on your belly to seem - and be responsible for their degradation by doing so. This is a very well put together museum...More
Easy to get to on foot and well worth the gentle climb
The staff were great in the cafe and shop as were the guides. The entrance to the cave was a bit cheesy but the rest was well done. The other exhibitions were really...More
Very interesting museum.
We first went to the pavillion at the end of the area where reproduction techniques are explained. We then went to the museum itself where we could see not only the reproduction of the caves but a few films, in different places...More
Only one issue - not enough information regarding where to go once you had your tickets. We were given our group tickets and then all traipsed off to the caves, only they weren't the caves, signage was a problem. Arrived back at the museum to...More
Having been bowled over by Lascaux in France, we were expecting something along the same lines. Yes - good parking and layout in the museum but very little of any substance apart from the dominating display of Spanish stamps with pictures of cave art on...More
We just turned up on a whim, no booking, so we’re very pleasantly surprised by what we found. They’ve basically recreated a prehistoric cave full of ancient paintings for you to walk around (in order to protect the original paintings). The attached museum was really...More
We were fortunate to get in without pre-booking.
What a find. A UNESCO site in the middle of the countryside.
The replication cave is so awesome and authentic, hard to believe it's not the real thing.
The museum is beautifully curated, great for students, and...More
Beautiful site with great replica’s of the original cave, excellent exposition, poor film as an introduction however!
The most urgent issue: long waiting because you need a slot to enter. This could be done 1000% better and in every decent museum it is done better!...More