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Museo Cueva de dragut

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ThisisMe wrote a review Aug 2018
High Wycombe, United Kingdom431 contributions69 helpful votes
Two things to review here: the museum itself and the location (which of course is out of the museum’s control!). The museum: it’s a nice little bit of local history to Cullera. Something different to do with the kids. Pirate based and a true story, it was a winner. The visit lasted 40 min. We had a Spanish guide although they do have a member of staff that can do a guided visit in English too, for us it was not necessary so I cannot comment. Our guide was informative, pleasant, knowledgeable and she took the children into account in term of the explanations. The location: it is ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to park by the museum or anywhere near it, by that I mean within a half an hour walk!!. Best to drive to main Cullera, park there (if you can, it’s a nightmare) and take the little tourist train to the cave and back. €7 per adult return on the train including the entrance to the cave. The trains only run from 5.30pm onwards. Not in the morning. We went to the museum in the morning but we had to abort the visit as we could not park ANYWHERE. Literally.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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David M. Rojas wrote a review Sep 2017
Cullera, Spain8 contributions
Small but impressive collection of the past, a must see place when visiting Cullera. It is a humble place but it tells a true story.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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sks161 wrote a review Jul 2016
Birmingham, United Kingdom56 contributions20 helpful votes
We took the tourist train from the seafront in Cullera . Eu7 for return ticket including entrance to the cave. The train goes through the urbanisations , high rise apartments and some low rise complexes can be seen. The cave is a guided tour . We were the only non Spanish speakers and when I asked about an English speaker, the girl collecting tickets said she would take us around. The tour would usually be 30minutes but she waited for the Spanish guide to get ahead then took us through . She was amazing , so patient with our lack of understanding of Spanish, apologetic that her English meant that she missed some words (which we worked out together) Her knowledge of the history of the cave was excellent and she was well able to answer all the questions we asked. The history of the cave is very interesting and the real and imitation artefacts helped to understand what was going on at that time. The torture chamber and the later demonstration of life on the boat may cause little children to be afraid , so prepare them and look after them during the darkness scenes. Our tour was almost an hour and as the train returned in one hour, the final moments were rushed. Consequently, and very unfortunately, I cannot share the name of the girl in this review. The fun of the train along with an entry into a snapshot of Valancia / Cullera's past would have made the trip worthwhile, but the help of our personal guide made this an experience to remember.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Sooso2013 wrote a review Aug 2015
Antony, France4 contributions3 helpful votes
Location was easy to find but then... - no easy access for push chairs - not really warm welcoming at reception - visit only done in Spanish (even if more than half of visitors are not Spanish speakers) - most of exposed things inside the cave are fake (except a few documents and weapons) - special effects do not add anything to the visit - photographs are forbidden ...only good point is that it's a good activity with a baby when sun is burning everything outside... For information: bus stop is Dr Flemming plaza, entrance fees are 5€ per adult, visit last less than 30minutes
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Date of experience: August 2015
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