Within this small museum, you can find many rifles, shot guns, canons and machine guns used by the Spanish Arm forces in different eras. At the back of the museum, there is a small corner full of machine guns. You can even touch them. On top level of the museum places the models of castles built by the Spanish in... 更多
Stumbled into here by chance. At first you wonder what you have let yourself in for. Glass cabinets with painted toy soldiers on parade? Then you go through Spanish military uniforms through the ages. Then you go down stairs, there are enough guns to keep 8 and 10 year old boys going for hours. No kidding there are hundreds of... 更多
Quite a few steps to walk up and down to view all the exhibitions. I have never seen so many guns.... interesting and this will keep young children happy. It was free and even though I personally I am not into military stuff, I thought this place was interesting.
We spent an hour in this museum located in the Plaza de Espana and could have spent longer, but it closed at 2PM and we were gently shooed out. Entrance is free and the displays are on three floors. Nice selection of uniforms, models, equipment and lots of weapons to see, as well as lots of other militaria. Most of... 更多
It was closed 1h before the official closing time. Just make sure you go there 3 hours before the closing time or you might walk kms for nothing...
It took a little while to find - look for a soldier board near the left centre of the "curve of the building". No signs otherwise. No guidebooks or audio, info sheets. On 2 floors and a very good mix of exhibits - very good on the spanish civil war, uniforms and model soldiers. I know a bit about spanish... 更多
We just been here and it is free to go in, not much of a Military person but this is very Educational also the signs are all in English witch was a big plus. You can see so much in there from the smallest bullet to the oldest telescope, uniforms, mortero and a lot more. So when you go see... 更多