The museum is situated in the "Méson de la Victoria", which is virtually all that is left of the old buildings along the Pasillo de Santa Isabel. This runs alongside "the town drain", the horrendously "landscaped" Rio Guadalmena. It is close to the Market in the Calle Atarazanas, which boasts the old Moorish watergate into the city. The house was once an inn, and many of the original features remain. It contains a very fine collection of Málaga figurines, as well as domestic and agricultural artefacts.
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