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Nice complement to a visit to the Corral de Comedias Theatre. Free Saturday afternoons and Sundays.

We popped in here on Sunday during the free entry period after we visited the Corral de Comedias... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2018
Koukat
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Melbourne, Australia
Nice to spend some times

When we were here, there was a display of costumes from various theatrical pieces. Most part... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2016
Ulf-Gourmet
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Alhaurin el Grande, Spain
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28 Apr 2018
“Nice complement to a visit to the Corral de Comedias Theatre. Free Saturday afternoons and Sundays.”
16 Sep 2017
“Closes 30 minutes before the actual closing time!”
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Reviewed 28 April 2018

We popped in here on Sunday during the free entry period after we visited the Corral de Comedias Theatre. The museum is a modern museum inside an old building which works through the ages of history of theatre in spain from its earliest periods (roman)...More

Thank Koukat
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

The museum is meant to close at 6:30, we arrived at 6:03 and got told that we couldn't go in because it was past 6 o'clock and they have to close. I think this is just indolent people who didn't want to work, a bit...More

Thank Paloma M
Reviewed 16 September 2016

When we were here, there was a display of costumes from various theatrical pieces. Most part inspired by Cervantes. Nicely laid out and lavish. For those interested in theater well worth spending time

Thank Ulf-Gourmet
Reviewed 26 August 2016

We expected to have a quick look, as we travelled with our 1 year baby, and finally stayed there for 3 hours. We all loved it, including the baby. Very nice dresses, videos with fragments of plays, interesting documents around the creation of some plays,......More

Thank Andrea R
Reviewed 31 August 2015

This is the only surviving example of a Spanish open air theatre from the “Golden Age.” The tour costs a mere €3 which is a bargain. You get an audio wand and are free to wander what in England we would call the stalls and...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2014

The information cards in each room were brief but gives you enough information to understand the history of theatre. These cards are available in Spanish or English, so it is great.

Thank Sunflower14970
Reviewed 28 May 2014

Quite interesting displays. A couple of euros entry charge. Not very big so doesn't take long to get around. There didn't seem to be many visitors, although they seem to get some parties of students going around.

Thank NomeMalaga
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