Visited on a Tuesday and saw the show. Our non-horsey friends were captivated and the show was excellent. The grounds are beautiful and it was great to see the horses working in the outside rings as well. If you don't buy tickets online, be sure to get there a good 45 mins early - before the tour buses come and everyone queues to buy tickets. We did not see the museums and visiting the grounds and seeing the show was sufficient for us.
For horsey folks: While the show was excellent overall, it seemed as if they were using their B string on the day we visited (though do I credit them for not pushing the horses too hard to do the more complicated movements). Compared to the show we saw in Cordoba at the other equestrian school location this was a bit of a let down. I was hoping to see more Doma Vacquera and in-hand work, but that wasn't the case. IF you have the occasion to choose between the shows in Jerez or Cordoba, I would prefer the Cordoba show. A much more intimate setting and overall better show compared to the day we visited Jerez. However, if you only visit Jerez you and your non-horsey companions will certainly not be disappointed!
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