If you go down to the fountain in the centre of Antequera and then into one of the streets you will find the museum. You could go to the tourist office which is on the corner. The museum is one side of a square. Ask to make sure you have found it. The museum is deceptively large and very well laid out. Many people come to gaze at the bronze boy unearthed not so long ago by a farmer. It is one of the best example of a young nude boy in existence. But there are other treasures to be seen and you can spend time looking at Etruscan remains or items used recently with painting and artefacts.
Like may public buildings the museum is closed in the afternoon and one day a week but it is still worth going along to see it. Afterwards retrace your steps up the hill and reward yourself with lunch or tapas at the cafe at the top. It is a magnificent view of the old Roman city. Andalusia at her best simmering in the sun surrounded by olive trees and orange blossom.
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