Museum of Sacromonte - Sacromonte Caves - History and CultureMuseum of Sacromonte helps you to learn the history, culture and nature of such a unique neighborhood.
It has several caves and situated in a stunning setting: a view of Alhambra and the Darro River Valley (Valparaiso), Albaicin and Sacromonte districts.
In the museum of Sacromonte in Granada ten caves have been recreated as they were 100 years ago, where you can understand customs, history, evolution and development of the Sacromonte and the inhabitants of the caves.
The caves decorated as at this time with the tools, the basic elements used by the inhabitants.
Sacromonte Museum also has a Nature Room offering information on flora, fauna, climate, landscape and agriculture of the area.
The visit can last about an hour, but may stay and enjoy the space as long as they wish.
Entrance FeeThe single entry fee to the museum is 5 euros.
The self-guided tour for groups is 3 euros per person.
The guided tour for groups is 5 euros per person.
During the summer you can visit the flamenco shows in the Museum of Sacromonte.
Sacromonte Museum Opening Hours
Summer Time(from 15th of March to 14th of October): from 10:00 to 20:00 (every day).
Winter Time(from 15th of October to 14th of March): from 10:00 to 18:00 (every day).
The visit can last for about an hour, but you can stay longer and enjoy the surroundings.
Contact Details and Getting to the Museum of SacromonteAddress: Barranco de los Negros s/n, 18010 Granada, Spain. Phone: 958 215 120
You can reach the Sacromonte Museum on the bus C34, leaving from Plaza Isabel Catolica (near the Cathedral) and get off at 'Sacromonte 2'.
Or you can take bus C1 which goes to Albaicin, get off at 'Peso de la Harina' and walk a little, stunning views are worth the effort.
Taxi will cost you around 8 euros from the Cathedral.
More Information in Sacromonte Buses.
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