📍 Localização e contacto
39330, Santillana del Mar
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O Museu Nacional e o Centro de Pesquisa de Altamira é um museu e um centro de pesquisa de renome mundial dedicado ao estudo das pinturas de cavernas de Altamira em Santillana del Mar, na Espanha. O museu abriga a maior coleção mundial de arte das cavernas, e o Centro de Pesquisa é uma das principais instituições de pesquisa de arte em cavernas. O Museu e o Centro de Pesquisa estão situados no coração do Altamira Cave Complex, e os visitantes podem visitar as cavernas e ver as pinturas de perto. O museu também abriga uma biblioteca e arquivos e hospeda conferências e simpósios regulares sobre arte de cavernas e outros tópicos.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Thursday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Friday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Saturday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
- Sunday: 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM
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🗣️ National Museum and Research Center of Altamira: Opiniões
History in it making. Here we find the similar cave men stories as we have seen in the USA. My guess these are much more older than the USA.
World heritage sight not to be missed
As exibições do museu eram interessantes e tinham descrições em inglês. A entrada era barata em 3euro cada. Mas este é um site do Patrimônio Mundial da UNESCO e esperávamos mais, por exemplo, queríamos que a exposição de cavernas fosse mais imersiva, ou seja, sentir que estávamos entrando em uma caverna - não apenas ver uma reprodução das pinturas das cavernas no teto.
Must to be place Where The Art begins...
Está recriando toda a experiência da gaiola de Altamira e os desenhos são muito bons! Há um grande estacionamento lá, que ajuda, um restaurante com um menu e um ambiente bonito para dar um passeio e ver a entrada real da gaiola real. Quando o tempo de reserva chegar, você pode passar, veja um pequeno vídeo explicando e aproveite a gaiola o quanto quiser.
Um pouco decepcionante. As cavernas são réplicas e podem entender o porquê de preservar o original, mas parece falso, infelizmente. Além disso, as outras áreas externas marcadas no mapa a visitar não têm nada para ver o nosso. As coisas de sinalização que você não podem visitar parecem um pouco inúteis.
Excelente valor pelo dinheiro. Exposições muito informativas (algum texto em inglês) e a recriação da caverna foram extraordinárias. No museu, no final, há um vídeo demonstrando como foi construído. Boas pequenas cafeteria e instalações sanitárias. Muito espaço ao ar livre para esperar o tempo de entrada.
Amazingly built, it is really worth a visit if you are in the area, despite of the small hike from santillana del mar.
Excellent intellectual experience
It's really worth to go and with family and friends
Amazing to see hand prints of our ancient ancestors.
Excellent displays and explanations of methods and artefacts.
Recreação muito bem feita da caverna original, bonita e fascinante. A exposição que explora a vida paleolítica também foi excelente. Fomos em uma manhã de domingo, quando é uma entrada gratuita, por volta de 11 e só tinham que esperar 30 minutos para o tempo de entrada na neocavera, há muito o que olhar enquanto você espera.
An important place with wonderful and knowledgeable guides.
An excellent replica of the original one and and excellent place to see one of the early paintings of human.
The feeling of being inside a real cave is amazing, don't miss this place!!
Replica of Altamira Cave and small, interesting museum. Well worth the visit.
Really informative & fun, even for kids
Everybody should visit this museum and spend to understand some of our past. Informative.
Loved the "neo-cave"! It is an amazing reproduction of the real site that seems to give the same feel while protecting the priceless original.
My family and I came here on a Sunday, hoping to visit the reproduction of the famous cave of Altamira, one of the most prominent forms of rock art from the Paleolithic age, recognized by Picasso as the mankind's acme of art ... The entrance tickets on Sundays are free, and so, when we stopped over on our travel from Guipuzcoa to Asturias, we found them all booked out. Anyway, we were able to visit the museum, which was also free, fun and educational! We spent a couple of hours inside, amazed by spear ends, choppers, harpoons, and then by the many forms of rock art and mobile art on display. The visit covers a whole lot of aspects of archeology as a science and of material culture of the Paleolithic man, through videos, little windows, panels, etc etc, that will leave both adults and kids entertained. After the initial letdown of finding out that we had no hope of going in, the visit to the museum itself turned out to be absolutely fascinating. The facilities are well kept, and include bathrooms, a gift shop and a cafeteria (on Sunday, open only to 14.30).
Wonderful place. They did and incredible work recreating the original Altamira paintings even down to the ceiling cracks. Make sure to ask any questions that you might have to the guide. They were all very passionate about the history of the cave and the surrounded ones.
Really amazing experience. Cantabria as a whole a great place for the people passionate of prehistoric times.
Great experience, if you fownload the app you can skip the crowd and be in the realidtic replica cave almost alone. The museum is also refurbished recently with loads of audiovidusl meterials
Worth seeing the reconstruction, even if it not possible to visit the original.
Felt great! Although it is still the replica...but still
I don't have the words to properly explain the incredible work that they have done here. I'm so thankful that they have preserved the real cave of Altamira, yet have created this one of a kind museum to let visitors experience what it would be like in the real thing. Exceptional work has been done here, don't miss it!
Worth a visit can be busy. Good background information and recreated cave area.
A www FreeElectrons.Family review: EXCELLENT museum, especially for young KIDS who can come in for FREE. We specifically had this museum as a stop during our 36-day family camping road trip from Spain to Poland and back this year. At €3 euros per adult, this is a GREAT ALTERNATIVE to the expensive cave museums in FRANCE! The only downside was that you have to get your ticket ahead early on the same day because there is no online booking. There is a restaurant in case you get hungry. €1.50 for cerveza, €1.50 for reposteria, and between €2 for bocadillos. See photo of receipt for details. There was a separate play-learning space for children but it was closed during the coronavirus pandemic when we visited. And of course, there's a souvenir shop for all kinds of interesting mementos. Read more about our family move abroad, camping, reviews and travels on our blog. Just google us! Big Smile! free electrons family
Very interesting, even the children enjoyed it. A full size replica made in fibre glass of the real thing.
I really like the museum. Granted the cave is a reproduction but it's a very good one. Could have fooled me.
Great substitute for the real Altamira caves. Good history lesson for the kids too.
Interesting museum of ancient cave paintings and artefacts
Worth traveling from anywhere in the world just to see these creations and to contemplate those who came before us. I’d like to live in this cave. I have a new installation of my own to contribute
Great historical value and great things in the shop
A small but complete museum that displays a replica of the famous Paleolithic cave paintings. In addition to the paintings, there are displays of human development in this part of Europe, along with abundant interpretation of community and family life of people from the time. The museum can be visited in about an hour.
Incredible replica of the actual cave. Got the chance to go and visit the real one too and they are very similar indeed. It was and amazing experience but you have to go on Friday 09:30am to have the chance, they do a raffle and only 5 are selected for the visit.
Great history lesson and evidence of human race and the interaction with nature 13000 years ago
A really good day out to see the replica caves,very well done amazing reconstruction Down to every detail,and the exhibition (museum) was also superb.
Must see if anywhere near Santillana. Fascinating and really friendly staff
Interesting and worth visiting while in the area. Take a guide
Even though the neocueva is a replica, it has been done really well. They also give you a bit of historical background and information on how it was made.
Very nice museum, I had a great visit