Het Museum van het Alhambra in Granada is een van de meest bezochte musea in Spanje. Het bevindt zich in het paleis van het Alhambra, dat in de 13e eeuw werd gebouwd door de Moorse heersers van Granada. Het museum bevat een schat aan artefacten uit de Moorse periode, waaronder aardewerk, sieraden en wapens. Het museum heeft ook een gedeelte over de geschiedenis van de Alhambra zelf en een tuin met uitzicht op de stad Granada.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
- Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Thursday: 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Friday: 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Saturday: 8:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Sunday: 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
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🗣️ Museum of the Alhambra: Meningen
Very interesting, all kinds of furnishings, columns, latticework, doors of Islamic art that we can see in this enclosure within the palace of Carlos V. I recommend your visit, with friendly staff in each of its rooms (taking photos is prohibited, although it has QR codes that can be scanned and all the information on display is downloaded). In addition, admission is free.
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A very interesting museum to learn about the life, art and soul of the Alhambra. Free guided tours led by volunteers who, for the love of art, accompany us on this journey through history in an easy and very exciting way. Thanks Julia, you have been a fantastic guide.
Free museum, very interesting. No photography allowed.
Great unknown in the Alhambra. It is at the entrance to the Palace of Carlos V and admission is free. It is small but very representative of all the centuries of Arab rule. Highly recommended, you visit in less than half an hour
A very curious museum, although the girl at the door was having a bad day, rude and lazy as a tourist, and she doesn't even look you in the face. To be in that position you have to be more empathic.
A unique museum of Hispanic-Muslim art. There are very interesting free guided tours.
Small but with representative pieces from all periods of the Muslim era. The best thing was the volunteer guide, I think his name is Alfonso, who in one hour gave us all the clues to see the Alhambra with different eyes.
A very interesting place with objects from the Arab period in Spain. Highly recommended and if you are lucky enough to have a museum volunteer teach you in depth much better
Essential visit. What a wonderful place to learn about the past of the Alhambra and other sites.
Interesting exhibits, beautiful architectural details from the period, coins, etc. Worth seeing
Created in 1942 as the Archaeological Museum of the Alhambra, in 1962 it was renamed the National Museum of Hispanic-Muslim Art, dependent on the Ministry of Culture, until 1994 when it acquired its current name and is managed by the Board of the Alhambra and the Generalife. It has the best existing collection of Nasrid art, mainly from excavations and restorations carried out in the Alhambra itself, so your visit is an ideal complement to that of the Monument itself. It also has a select collection of pieces of Hispano-Muslim and Eastern Muslim art that allow a more exact understanding of the evolution of this art, both in the region of al-Andalus and in the Arab world.