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Museo Maritimo de Asturias

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JoeMortNYC wrote a review Jan 2020
Sea Isle City, New Jersey89 contributions86 helpful votes
Very well put together museum in a lovely seaside town. The kids loved it, and it was a nice place to spend an hour. Definitely recommended.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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SergioR1 wrote a review Jan 2020
Eastbourne, United Kingdom188 contributions104 helpful votes
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At last I got to know this beautiful well presented museum! Luckily we went on a Tuesday and it was free of charge. However, I still recommend buying an audio guide for a modest €1.50. Staff an ex fisherman himself that used to fish in Jersey Channel Islands was both friendly and knowledgeable. The place has three floors and deserves at least one perhaps too. Lots of shells, fossils, ship models and information. The temporary exhibition in the top floor about Pirates was especially funny. Pity there were no exhibits this time about local craft 'malla': lace. Worth a visit any time so close to the seafront and beach especially on a rainy day.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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SimonDorset wrote a review Jun 2019
Poole, United Kingdom151 contributions32 helpful votes
The Spanish certainly know how to present a modern engaging museum. This was full of exhibits on all things marine spread over 3 floors. A modern, engaging approach. English speakers will need to pay the €1.5 for the audio which was a touch long. Really good value and intetesting. No soap in any of the 3 male and female bathrooms.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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braulio s wrote a review Nov 2018
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It's a wonderfull museum, very interesting for people of any age. You'll know about the fishing since time ago
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Christine F wrote a review Apr 2018
Wollongong, Australia63 contributions22 helpful votes
This is my second visit, we visited today to see their Pirates and Corsairs exhibition. The collection of Maritime history is wonderful. There are great dioramas,models of ships and large scale ships and fishing boats. I really recommend to visit if you are in Luanco
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Date of experience: April 2018
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