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OK Claesson wrote a review Jul 2020
Stockholm, Sweden304 contributions116 helpful votes
Our entry tickets to Castillo de San Miguel included the visit here to this museum. Wear Good walking shoes as you have a Hill to climb. Not much left to see of what is left but it is very interesting. In spanish and english. The lady at the front too was very nice, ready to share information. Atmosphere was that of curiousity, history, calm and quiet as People took it all in. Impressive how they have managed to keep it together. No bathrooms available. Thank you for sharing your country's history with us. MUST SEE!!! …
Date of experience: July 2020
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_hakan_bergdahl wrote a review Oct 2019
Pitea, Sweden100 contributions32 helpful votes
It is very easy to find the way to the museum and if you have been to the San Miguel castle you have also payed for the entrance to this museum. You don´t even have to go on the same day. I visited the castle one day, and came back to the museum two days later and there was no problem. The museum is located in the old Roman vaults that was made to build up a forum (Square) for the city. There are some very nice artefacts found in the area and now there is information in Spanish as well as in English. Go there.…
Date of experience: October 2019
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Jeff W wrote a review Apr 2019
632 contributions162 helpful votes
Do go to the Museum if you've already paid your entrance fee for the Castle. It's a pleasant short walk and is signposted. It won't take long to look around and there are some fine exhibits, especially the exquisite alabaster amphoras.
Date of experience: March 2019
Bob L wrote a review Oct 2018
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom109 contributions34 helpful votes
Of you paid to go to the castle you get free entry here. Lots of archaeology on display with the descriptions in English.
Date of experience: October 2018
andorsworld wrote a review Aug 2017
Houston, Texas577 contributions98 helpful votes
This is a good place not far from the Castillo. Visit the castle first and then stroll over to the caves. it is a small museum with a decent collection of artifacts to view. Give it 45 minutes.
Date of experience: August 2017