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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. To visit Museo Lara on your holiday in Ronda, and find out what else Ronda has to offer, use our Ronda.
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  • full of all sorts of collections from sowing machine s to typewriters to guitars and musical instruments to many to list on this revue its a must on your visit and its only 4€ or 2 if a senior the...  more »
  • Amazing museum, absolutley huge private collection, a must if in Ronda. Everything from ancient coins to dagerotypes from ages past, history, memorabilia, the santa inquision is incredibly gory and...  more »
  • Interesting little museum just across the New Bridge. Contains old torture tools amongst other items. Not bad.  more »
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  • This is a quirky little place you can easily miss and just walk past. It was a great easy to kill an hour. It's full of weird strange items and kind of fun just to walk around and see what's around the next crazy corner.
  • Cool quirky museum. €4 per adult is cheap. However, we went mainly for the section on witchcraft and we were disappointed to discover that none of the information was translated to English even though it had been in all other sections of the museum
  • Cool exhibits you can touch if so inclined. Spanish to English info helpful & appreciated Cheap entrance fee, clean loos. Glad I went
  • The most diverse museum you have ever seen. Every room has a different exhibition, related to the XIX century. You can't get more for less!!!
  • Lots of really interesting exhibits. You can sit in the old carriages and take photos. We'll worth the money.

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