De Museo Naval Ferrol is een museum in Ferrol, Spanje. Het museum is gewijd aan de geschiedenis van de Spaanse marine en de maritieme geschiedenis van Spanje. Het museum bevindt zich in het voormalige marine -arsenaal van Ferrol. Het museum werd opgericht in 1883 en werd geopend voor het publiek in 1885. Het museum is gehuisvest in een aantal gebouwen, waaronder de voormalige Royal Dockyard, het voormalige Naval Hospital en de voormalige Naval Academy. De collecties van het museum omvatten schilderijen, sculpturen, wapens, uniformen en andere artefacten. Het museum heeft ook een bibliotheek en een archieven.
- Monday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- Thursday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- Friday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- Saturday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- Sunday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
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Very complete and very interesting museum. I loved.
It is recommended not to miss this museum for those who like shipping and seafaring. There are many models of ships on display from the beginning to the present day...I see that many people have been deceived by the proximity of the two museums. Of course we watched it too and really liked it. Unfortunately, I don't have a photo of it, because my partner took photos there.
In Ferrol, two museums dedicated to Naval History and Naval Construction. Even if you don't like museums, I'm sure they will catch your attention. To spend a pleasant moment and with many curiosities to discover. Also to take shelter for a little while if you happen to have a rainy day in Ferrol... which could be... Look at the neoclassical style building, the architecture of Ferrol is one of the good reasons to visit this city.
Spectacular very complete and everything well explained and detailed I will repeat without a doubt
A very interesting place. We did it with a guided tour by Arancha. He explained to us in detail the history of the Shipyards. Very well documented. Worth.
Very interesting and complete, to see it in detail you need about 2 hours or more, the price (€2) super cheap for everything it has
I loved it Our guide was very good explaining if the whole tour was not very short
Spectacular. A good explanation of the history of shipbuilding techniques. The very clear and didactic panels and the interesting pieces. The remains of the Magdalena a jewel. A must visit in Ferrol next to the Naval.
Hard to go to a museum. But this one is worth it. Very good care. A little history is never too much. It is worth your tour and especially for those who like boats...highly recommended.
Very well assembled. Beautiful. Quite an experience for those of us who have family who have worked in shipbuilding at Shipyards.
It was amazing, we went on a Tuesday because it was closed on Monday. Admission is free and it is worth seeing whether you are from Ferrol/Galicia or if you come from abroad.
I visited this museum and I can say that I learned a lot about Spanish navigation and its history. A very well stocked museum, with all kinds of objects that help to understand the finning of sailing. Very educational, I recommend it if you pass through Ferrol, a beautiful city.
We had a little confusion because you enter through the same door as the shipbuilding museum. We went on a Saturday when there is no guided tour, despite that at the exit a volunteer kindly offered to tell us anecdotes and stories about the museum, something that pleased us. The museum is 100% recommendable for its content and the friendliness of the staff, it is also free.
A great museum. A journey through the naval history of Spain. Some awesome pieces. Highlight the recreation of the Manila Galleon. A must if you go to Ferrol.
My daughter is a member of the cormonav club and she went to do some workshops. The museum is great and very very interesting. Highly recommended if you come to visit Ferrol
Very interesting, it is worth visiting. We loved it!! we recommend it
Important place with incalculable treasures in pieces, photos and history, all very well preserved. I highly recommend your visit. I congratulate those who maintain this place with an important part of the naval history of Spain and the world
Awesome!!!! I went with my daughter and 2 people arrived with a guide who was a ship commander, who invited us to join us and we were very happy with his explanations about the museum and its anecdotes. Many thanks to the encyclopedia of the army in flesh and blood. Very kind, 100% recommended museum, and even more so if he is there..... I'll be back!!
Spectacular museum that we have in Spain, envy of any country that has a naval history. As a great power, we have to be proud of this museum. We visited it on a Sunday, it was free, they explained it to us very well and were very kind. We visited with children. Brilliant.
Well, whoever comes to Ferrol and does not visit this museum is going to miss a spectacular museum, and those who like history will need two days to be able to see it quietly and soak up everything it offers. Very highly recommended and above, free
Very interesting museum. Quite large for the size of the city and free. The girl at the entrance is very nice. With the current situation the toilets are closed. Right next to it is the Shipbuilding Museum, but when I went it was closed, so I don't know if it's worth it.
Worth. The one for the army is free and the one for construction costs € 2, € 1 for people over 60 years of age and free for the disabled or those with a disability. Do not miss it.
Spectacular museum where the different techniques and technologies used for the construction of boats throughout history are shown. Beautiful display of models. Highly recommended to go with children.
It is a historical building, very well preserved. The interior exhibits are very varied in themes and historical periods, with good explanations and dioramas of some historical events. In my opinion, the model ships are most spectacular. Outside, the collection of anchors of different types and periods stands out.
I loved it. Very interesting. Advisable to go visit him.
Incredible. Highly recommended. Also say that it is completely free. Living history of our recent and ancient navy. Anchors, torpedoes, cannons, howitzers, cooking utensils and daily life on board. Incredible models Pretty friendly and attentive people. The only problem is that there are two floors and the second one is not adapted for wheelchairs. Highly recommended.
It is a beautiful experience for those who like boats and the world of the sea, I made an excursion from Coruña and it was spectacular.
Everything is great. Free admission and and a great and realistic decoration. Everything well explained and easy to understand. The souvenir shop with nice details. Highly recommended.
Must Do Very rich and interesting collection of navigations Free admission Next door is another ticket, but it is very cheap Over 65s pay less Top
Visited several times. Surprising the change of exposure, to see more carefully, for the amount of interesting documentation, rooms very well set. Exciting to see exposed furniture of Minador Tritón linked to my late husband. I only have words of admiration. Unbeatable My congratulations to all those who have participated in its implementation
A very interesting museum! Great collection! Boys just must see in Ferrol Admission is free, work every day until 13.00. You will need min 2 hours.
If you like the ancient history of wars, ships and old military objects I recommend you go to the impressive Ferrol Naval Museum to see from the first ship to the last of how they were and how they started, old objects of machinery and radio frequencies, arming and missiles .. attached photos so you can see what it would be. I recommend it.
This museum has a lot of Spanish history, I loved it, even if some historical ship has been missing in real size, it would be a tip.
Navy museum was excellent
Great museum and a pleasant surprise. There is a fairly important collection of models, recreations and historical pieces. Although without a doubt, the best, the guided tour. The museum staff knows a lot and it shows that they are passionate.
Spectacular place to take your family, partner or friends. It is the first time I have visited this Naval Museum, although I had heard about it and I have to say that I loved it, I would visit it again. They have many different rooms and when you enter you get lost with everything that is there. Admission is free but closes early as they only open at certain hours, inside they have a souvenir shop. Next to it is the other Naval Museum of Construction that has the longest hours but you have to pay entrance. As soon as you enter, you find the different anchors that the different models of ships were carrying, amazing! I never thought that this Museum housed so much history, I was amazed. They have some models recreated with such realism that you can spend minutes and hours seeing every detail of the boats and heavy ships of our ancestors and today. There are some huge scale model ships that will surprise you. It has 2 floors where you will get tired of walking and each room that you enter is a recreated experience or a new world. They have a room dedicated exclusively to the discovery of Christopher Columbus that I really liked, with all the belongings and tools that they carried at that time as well as the 3 wooden caravels of the conquest, the Pinta, the Niña and the Santa María. Beautiful. In another room that I liked a lot, it was also the one with the precision instrumentation that they used to mark on the maps, with compass, rulers and gadgets that will leave you with your mouth open, the Captain's cabin recreated as the reality of those seculums and a room where they keep the torpedoes and missiles, spectacular !!!. I recommend it 101%, believe me; It will not disappoint you and you will repeat the experience as long as you like these things as I do, but I would be wasting your time and knowing a little history of what your ancestors have done, it never hurts to learn and know something new.
Very rich museum, very well organized, clean and maintained. For those who like naval history this place is perfect! It has several wonderful models from different eras, accessories, maps and even a full-size ship deck. I loved! I do not know if it is free, but I went on a Saturday and did not pay admission. I highly recommend this place!
Very interesting. Very well preserved everything and a great variety of naval objects. One of the museum's exports is free and another has a price of € 2.
Go and visit it !
Excellent and worth a visit
If you want to understand the history of Spain, it is essential to know the importance of naval history. Fantastic.