We're not experts in the topic, so this might be totally off the mark: we thought this museum was just the right size, and well organised. It exhibits a compact selection of artefacts from the region, that present an easy-to-grasp history of Andalucia from prehistory up to the reconquest. We felt it was an hour well spent, and the walk getting there was pleasant, through Maria Luiza Park and past the Plaza de Espana.
Not all the exhibits were labelled in English, and we had no Spanish whatsoever. But there's enough labels and commentary in English to get pretty much all of the history that we felt we needed to know.
One point, though: our teenaged girls switched off about halfway through, and stayed on only to humour us.
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