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Museo Lara, Ronda

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Step into a grim reality of Museo Lara and see the diverse collection of curiosities of Juan Antonio Lara Jury. Starting with a large collection of watches on the main floor, stroll through the halls of the museum to see old sewing machines and typewriters next to handguns and microscopes. Descend into the basement to experience the truly unique part of the museum--the exhibition of witchcraft and the Spanish Inquisition's sinister torture devices, including a stretching rack with a display mannequins. Gaze at immitation dragons, life-sized mermaids, and werewolf taxidermy, part fo the monstrous experience. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Museo Lara and many more Ronda attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Ronda vacation trip planner.
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  • We went on Sunday with family, two girls one of eleven years and another two years, is curious to see, with many antiques although slightly heaped all, lack some of the explanation of the time and that some items were used. Toilets a disgusting, my little daughter entered her desire to pee and we went there because it was disgusting, we are still without understanding in this country that all adds and everything is important. Moreover, I believe that your visit is recommended
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  • In Lara Museum you can see many things and articles by history and is very interesting. There's that see it!
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  • Quick museum to see. Not all appropriate for children. Interesting variety of collections. I liked to scientific instruments and weaponry.  more »
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  • Very cool private collection. Get there early in the morning and the owner is there to chat about what he's collected over the years. This place was far larger than it seems and the variation of his pieces is impressive.
  • One of my favorite museums, anywhere. Fun collections of all sorts. A fun place to spend an afternoon.
  • Highly recommended. It is amazing how much history there is in this museum. If you like our past is a must. Children 14 and older than 65 only € 2, € 4 others. Very reasonable. The basement is "CREEPY!!" You have to see it! Just missing that it was better adapted for people with reduced mobility.
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  • It is worth for the collection of watches, the first floor, cinema, weapons... with many references. The person who attended us very friendly, in addition to explain us a little visit. Downstairs is the small collection of archaeology, as well as the part of the Inquisition and witchcraft, for people more interested in these topics.
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  • Very affordable (€ 4 adults and 2 children€) and a wide range of topics and rooms, that which makes you spend a great time there. Allows you to take photos and lot of material by hand from the public for play (and even mount). Before such theme, he agonizes enough for the enjoyment of the Museum descriptions through website, code QR or app that can provide more information about some of the objects (although they have audioguide). 100% recommendable if you visit Ronda.
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