Last of the muslim emperor Boabdil capitol in europe. Beautiful architecture, wooden and ceramic precious.
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If you have some time before or after your visit to the Alhambra, the Alhambra museum is a nice place for a short visit. Information about artifacts on the audio guide. Not much information given without it.
This an interesting small-medium sized museum which holds a collection of many items from the Alhambra site and beyond. Note that this isn't the Alhambra itself but a museum on the site. Well worth a look, but not an integral part of the experience.
We went back to the museum after our guided tour was finished and found it to be very interesting. This is where you can see the original carvings and furnishings since most of what you see in the palaces is a reproduction or restoration. It...More
We did tour it as part of our private guided tour of the Alhambra. Our guide explained his favorite items. Not the Louvre or Met. Just a few items. Air Conditioned and that helps.
We slowly wandered up the narrow streets past about 1000 hawkers of everything hippy/moorish up to the old church and viewing area in front which is right opposite the Alhumbra palace. Go up at sunset as the view of the palace is excellent and it...More
The Museum of the Alhambra is only mildly interesting at best; given how large the grounds of the Alhambra complex are & how exhausting it is just seeing what is outdoors, I personally wouldn't invest too much time & energy on this museum. I saw...More
... this Museum, but we had waiting time, so we did it and: Were completely surprised, no, better, enthusiastic, after our tour through this relatively small place but with really excellent Nazri's exhibits.
If you have time, take a visit of the Museum of Alhambra set in Palacio de Carlos V. It has free entrance for EU citizen and beautiful paintings.