Our visit to Lorca's family house, was a lovely day out in Granada. Set in the landscaped park named after him, it gave a lovely insight to his surroundings as a young man, with lots of photos of the family. Years ago, we had been to the house of his birth. All the furniture and furnishings along with many objects... 更多
We enjoyed our visit here, to see the house that Lorca grew up in. Seeing the domestic surroundings that would have been so familiar to him certainly helped bring him to life for me, as did the photos and pictures round the walls. And the exhibition space upstairs and upstairs in the old stable/barn is also packed with memorabilia, photos... 更多
In our small group we had Lorca fans, history fans and architecture fans, so it was bound to please us all. The museum is comprised of Lorca's family Summer house - there is no trendy café, or even toilets (I think?), and just a small shop at the end. But the house itself is enough. Located just outside the main... 更多
This house/museum is worth a trip if you are a Garcia-Lorca fan, which I am. (If you aren't familiar with the author, this attraction would be of minimal interest to you.) The rooms are preserved as they were, and include lots of photographs and sketches. The entrance fee was inexpensive. The house is within Federico Garcia Lorca park. We went... 更多
We had heard mixed reviews about this museum, but it was extremely informative. We walked from the CBD -about 15 minutes, and a flat, easy walk. The tour only happens at designated times, and lasts about 30 minutes. Our guide was passionate and knowledgeable - very good. We went on a Wednesday, which is free. Other times it's €3.
Federico Garcia Lorca is one of the greats in Spain and his family home in the rural campo of the 1930s was central to who he was. Today it is part of urban Granada. It is a small museum with a bookstore. A short guided tour was offered in Spanish only I think for free (on Wednesday). Fascinating to see... 更多
The museum was only 2 euros for students.. but I would recommend asking about a tour in english.. ours was in spanish and difficult to understand. They have a lot of info there though about the poet. Worth seeing!
This is the house where Garcia Lorca was born and they have a lot of things about this importan and complex artist. You can get a lot of information about his life and art production. Very nice place to visist close to Granada.
We longed to see the place because we love Lorca,s poetry. we enjoyed the beautiful park surrounding the museum. With beautiful rose gardens and conifer tree. We had to wait until 4:00 PM for the house to open. We entered the house with two other visitors from US and and found the place nicely organised. However, to our regret we... 更多
I visited the museum on Wednesday, when entrance is free. The exhibition tables to show the position of Lorca's family at this time, but hardly anything about his life. guide in a museum can not speak English. Lorca deserves better.