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Museum of Cadiz

Plaza Mina s/n, 11004 Cadiz, Spain
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Interesting history of Cádiz

Very interesting and well organised museum of Cádiz history. Very central location. Cádiz is one of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Helsinki, Finland
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Very interesting

an excellent collection of artifacts telling the history of Cadiz. Particular impressive artworks... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Mel H
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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Plaza Mina s/n, 11004 Cadiz, Spain
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very interesting and well organised museum of Cádiz history. Very central location. Cádiz is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the history is very interesting from the times of phoenicians. Also attractive tempory exhibitions, including modern art.

Thank AriHelsinki
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

an excellent collection of artifacts telling the history of Cadiz. Particular impressive artworks when we were there. well worth a visit.

Thank Mel H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I love museums and while there is not a lot in here that is exciting it is still interesting and worthy of a visit. There is a monumental statue of Trajan which is particularly good.

Thank Peter K
Reviewed 17 July 2017

This took the history from the Phoenicians through to the Romans - so the early history. The Archaeological floor is on the ground level. The key rooms have English introductions but not for the artefacts so you will have to piece it together. Overall, very...More

Thank A P
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Small but very interesting with many artifacts going back 3000 years. No charge for EU nationals so go before Brexit!!

Thank TonyRoberts
Reviewed 2 July 2017

Its a small museum which could be made more inviting if there were more English explanations. it is a good place to spend the morning.I would definitely go again

Thank phillipewalker
Reviewed 20 June 2017

Free to enter, this is well worth a visit. Its archeology sections demonstrate the influences of the various civilisations who were drawn to Cadiz by its unique geography - some fascinating and well-displayed items. The art is worth a visit but, compared to other cities'...More

Thank meic_watkins
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

This is a well curated, well set out museum with a fantastic collection which has something for everyone. The archeological section has some memorable and high quality exhibits with the Phoenician sarcophagi a particular highlight as well as Roman finds from Medina Sidonia. The videos...More

Thank Sara W
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Great collection of paintings (16-20th Century) as well as archaeology finds from various periods (the area of Cadiz was inhabited from before 500 BC)

Thank PatrickMerlevede
Reviewed 26 May 2017

This museum which is free to visit is situated in a beautiful square and easy to access. Lots of artifacts and paintings to view.

Thank Norman W
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13 August 2016|
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Response from dewoj | Reviewed this property |
I would say 1hour.
Derek G
24 August 2015|
Response from djb472 | Reviewed this property |
As far as I can recall there are steps up to the entrance of the building, I don't think that there was a ramp, on entering the building there was a small entrance area with more steps, I don't recall seeing a lift either... More