A journey through the history of Andalusia
Andalusia's Museum of Memory is located in the vicinity of the Science Park, in the southern part of Granada. Visitors can take an interactive journey through the culture and past of this region along its four large halls.
The aim of the museum is to show the diversity of Andalusia and the particularities of each of its provinces, which show different landscapes, customs, and artistic movements.
Also, visiting the museum is a journey into the past to learn about the lifestyle of the Andalusians during the Roman, Betic or Arab times.
The many attractions offered by Andalusia's Museum of Memory include guided tours, workshops, film series, and activities for the youngest members of the family.
- Room I: the first room of the museum focuses on the natural resources of Andalusia and the evolution of the environment in each province.
- Room II: covers Andalusian society as a whole, as well as the times of war that Spain's southernmost region has gone through.
- Room III: exhibits objects of the daily life of the Andalusians, interactive panels, and how has been the daily life in each of the provinces throughout history.
- Room IV: the musical, painting, and literary art of Andalusia is inherent to its heritage. The last room of the museum houses the most outstanding pieces of Andalusian art.
From September to June:
Tuesday and Wednesday: from 9:30 am to 2 pm
Thursday and Friday: from 9:30 am to 2 pm and from 4 to 7 pm
Saturdays: from 11 am to 7 pm
Sundays and holidays: from 11 am to 3 pm
Monday to Saturday: from 9 am to 3 pm
Sundays and holidays: 11 am to 3 pm
General admission: € 4 (US$ 4.20)
Seniors over 65 years old and under 25 years old: € 3 (US$ 3.20)
Children under 2 years old and unemployed persons: free admission