Museo Lara, Ronda

Museo Lara, Ronda - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Calle Armiñán, 29, 29400 Ronda, Málaga, Spain

Phone: +34-952871263

Ticket Price: 4 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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About Museo Lara, Ronda

Museo Lara in Ronda is one of those places here which will leave you enlightened and entertained. The museum which is located in the Place of Counts of Conquest is a great place to know about eighteenth century Ronda. The museum is divided into certain sections, with the most prominent ones being the museum of watches, arms, film and photography, scientific instruments and also archeology dating back to that era. In addition to this, the museum also exhibits instruments used for torture, old movie posters and diagrams of witches. This one is just not your everyday museum which will bore you! Instead, it has all the elements to keep you hooked!

Museo Lara Ticket Prices

  • Regular Price: 4 Euros
  • Reduced Price: 2 Euros (Students, Pensioners, Rondeños and Groups +10 people)

How To reach Museo Lara by Public Transport

  • Hired taxis or cars.

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  • This is such a wonderfully curated museum. Not sparse, not overcrowded. The selection of historical objects are excellent. Anyone with a curious mind or enjoys engineering, craftmanship, romanticism, science, military or the mystical will be happy here and almost all descriptions come with English translations. My dad (69yrs) and me (29yrs) had so much to talk about and learn from each other about the various parts. It was a great bonding experience. I wouldn't call this a place for kids or young families, but a relaxing, quiet, thought-provoking museum to visit for adults and young adults. You're free to take pictures, explore at your own pace and even climb upon the carriages for a picture of you like (even though we didn't partake)! Local context for the photographic and cinematographic exhibit was particularly wonderful. The entire building with the indoor courtyard was stunning. Can't praise this place enough - a very refreshing and tranquil experience that's tourist friendly without being expensive, over the top or pandering.

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  • As noted a very interesting place for adults and really not advertised. I only found it by chance, could have spent longer there.

  • Awesome museum, definitely worth the stop and don't skip the basement it had the best displays

  • We had a little time to kill and thought we'd pop in to the Museum to see what was in there. I was very impressed with the volume of interesting things inside, it has a wide range of items from old cameras to pots and pans. It felt like a fun place to be and with the extra room at the back and the basement it was much larger than you think. Well worth the entry fee.

  • This place is a hidden gem. Incredibly rich and well maintained. Is a top attraction in Ronda suffering from insufficient advertising

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