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In the shadow of the “Torre do Rologio” you have the museum “El Bierzo” which is the result of an idea which has been developed over many years. It dates from the year 1984, within the project of remodelling an old building who is located...More
Only popped in as free on Wednesday
Unfortunately there is no information what so ever in English
Not even on a pice of paper - so not 100% certain what it is all about
The building is an old prison and has been restored
Unless you are interested in a random collection of artefacts, this museum is probably not for you. However, the building, an old prison, is well worth seeing. We went on a Wednesday when all museums were free.
Patently this is meant for locals or visiting Spanish. Not even a brochure in English. It's one way of killing an hour on a wet Wednesday but those with an enquiring mind will come away frustrated at the stupidity of those in authority who should...More
The displays are extremely interesting, and one room shows the process of making flax thread. There are also archaeological displays and various other artifacts from the area. It is Spain, so one shouldn't expect everything to be in English, but I truly regretted my absence...More
Thought this was going to be boring however it got better the more we saw. Near tourist office in the old town and we went on a Saturday and it was free. Some religious artifacts and some roman excavations and artifacts displayed here. Also some...More
The Bierzo has its own special character and history and this historic prison is the best place to learn about it. That said it feels '80s in museum style - display cabinets and labels, dressed dummies and military dioramas.The rooms don't seem to connect in...More