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the museum is well worth visiting and worth the nominal 3 euros for the tour of the areas which are not otherwise open to the public. My guide was knowledgeable and informative. I was the only person on the tour. No crowds here. St John...More
Whether you are a believer or not, and I am not, this is just a fascinating place to visit. You leave the narrow streets behind and step into a quietly hushed interior that was once a private house belonging to a family who were influential...More
My husband and I stumbled across this little museum when we were wandering around the city in March. For 3 euros each to take a tour of the former home of Saint john, now a museum, it was value for money and well worth a...More
The two of us were the only visitors in this museum, and it suited us well. We were able to look at everything as long or as short as we wished to, didn’t have to accommodate ourselves to other people interest. The first thing that...More
We stumbled onto this building while exploring the little streets of Albacin. We made a donation but declined a tour because we preferred to see exhibits on our own. Unfortunately nearly all the signs are only in Spanish so we got the main gist of...More
Best to go having been to the cathedral and to the art museum in the Alhambra as the one hour tour includes artists etc you will have seen before and you understand the significance of the pomegranate. Saint John of God is the local equivalent...More
We stumbled on this little gem today whilst exploring in Granada. We joined a tour of the small museum with Manuel who was extremely knowledgeable and passionate about the museum. Sadly there was a condescending know it all on the tour who spoiled it slightly...More
Not an overly interesting place if you aren't into gods. Otherwise you might get something out of it. Full on religious stuff with paintings and artefacts. A bit boring to be honest, although three euros to get in isn't such a toll. The guide was...More
I share the views on the enthusiastic guide, the magnificent house and some 10% of the artefacts that are really interesting.
The flip side is that these 10% would earn a new arrangement of the collection, a focus of the visit on architecture and art...More