The Museo Cuevas del Sacromonte (the Cave Museum) is a substantial uphill walk from Granada town centre. We were confused by some early signs that seemed to identify the cave restaurants as the museum… they aren’t – keep walking up the road! Following a land slide, the temporary entrance now takes you up steps, around the edge of a music school and finally to the ticket booth which doubles as a small café.
The museum is well laid out, with explanations (Spanish and English) of how the Roma used to live as well as information on the geological events of the area, and the flora and fauna.
We enjoyed the variety of caves, the short film about early cave dwellers and the views to the Alhambra… but most of all we enjoyed the bullfrog chorus when walking past the composting area next to the weaving cave (my kids hadn’t heard frogs before).
I’d recommend this as a very reasonably priced attraction.
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