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A fairly good time, saw some interesting roman artifacts, coins.,Phoenician artifacts and architecture.
At the entrance, just say you are from Germany, they don't check Id's or anything, saves you money.
The ground floor of this museum has the archeological exhibit, which was very cool - it goes back to pre-historic times, through the Phoenicians (with two Phoenician sarcophagi!) and the Romans. Lots of artifacts that were interesting to look at.
I was less impressed by...More
A fantastic museum to visit for an hour or so. Ground floor has an archeological history of Cadiz. The exhibitions are really very good, including Phoenician and Roman exhibits. Also on on the ground floor is an exhibition of contemporary Spanish art. Floor 1 has...More
EU citizens (a driving licence being sufficient proof of nationality) can visit this museum free of charge.
This is a lovely little museum, on three floors, located on the Plaza de Mina. We had time to explore just the first two floors. The ground floor...More
It is supposed to be a free museum. I was asked at the entrance where I was from and I said I’m American. The woman told me I had to pay. The couple right before being from Spain it was free. I have family ancestry...More
As others have highlighhted, this is an excellent museum, especially the superb Phoenician collection. However, the explanatory labels for the objects are (naturally) only in Spanish. There is though a free leaflet which you can get on entering the museum. This is in several other...More
This is a typical Spanish provincial museum. Not very large nor very well kept. But since the history of Cádiz is so interesting it's worth a visit for an hour or so. We only saw the ground floor. Interesting pieces from Phoenician and Roman times....More
As far as I can recall there are steps up to the entrance of the building, I don't think that there was a ramp, on entering the building there was a small entrance area with more steps, I don't recall seeing a lift either... More
As far as I can recall there are steps up to the entrance of the building, I don't think that there was a ramp, on entering the building there was a small entrance area with more steps, I don't recall seeing a lift either but if you Google the museum there a photos and none of them show a ramp. If you're using a wheelchair around Cadiz takes plenty of cleaning materials, I have never visited a city that is as badly polluted by dog fouling every pavement was covered no one seems to pick their dogs mess up