Museo Nacional Del Teatro, Almagro
(4/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • This museum has been renovated not long ago, but it has a few examples of what the theater. I think that much more could show. The richest is the costume.
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  • Tells the story of the theater from its origins, through the Roman theatres, to the most recent. Pictures, theaters and costume models of the most large national representations and foreign. Sundays is free inlet.
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  • Well preserved and clean, without great fanfare, takes us on a journey from the Greco-Roman Theatre until the latest of our time.
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  • Recommended Museum and must-see. The collection is very comprehensive and helpful staff.
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  • A pleasant visit in Almagro. A journey through the history of very entertaining theatre.
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  • Very attractive Museum for its content spread over three floors, pity that the staff working in the same is not at the level and got a tour that began in a very attractive way to evolve and became a very unpleasant and uncomfortable moment.
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  • Interesting visit
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  • The best of Almagro = there are two main reasons to go to Almagro and the first is the fact that the people lives by and for the theatre. This is the only National Museum of theatre in Spain and has a very interesting and very valuable collection of the history of theatre in our country. I think that a wise move was transferred to Almagro. It has a number of models, photographs, sculptures, costumes, scripts, paintings, videos and all kinds of objects and documents. From the Greco-Roman period (with information on the Roman theatres of our country) to the theater of the 21st century. Perhaps what most interested me was a room dedicated to the main assemblies of the tenorio, models, photos of the scenery, actors, functions, posters, etc., etc. If you are a fan of the theatre you spend two or three hours; If you're not sure you care by some of the details of the Museum.
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