Very interesting place with quite a lot of artifacts on display . Also have the silver coins recovered from a famous spanish ship and shows you areas where these artifact have been found with is very interesting for divers like myself .
The entrance fee for this museum is 3 Euros with a reduced rate of 1.50 Euro. Entry is free on Saturday afternoons and all day Sunday. You can also book a free guided tour with a Spanish guide - 5 people minimum. The museum is closed on Mondays. Audio head phones in different languages are available. Wheelchairs are also available... 更多
Fairly small museum with signs in English as well. Quizzes as you go. Attractive with large open spaces. It is situated near the cruise ship terminal. Free for seniors.
We made a point of seeing this as I enjoy diving and we are sailors. The museum is located in the harbour area in a stunning building. It is extremely well laid out and tells the story of how relics were recovered from the days of just diving down with no equipment through to the Cousteau techniques used today. There... 更多
Very old trading vessels, explanation of ports and their workings, how the relics are found and uncovered under water, and a trove of silver coinage. Worth an hour of your time, close the the cruise ship dock.
Not too big but very interesting. The boat from the Fenician period (2700 years old ) makes the whole museum worth a visit.
Very impressed with the set up here and it was very i.e. pensive and informative. All the staff were very helpful and they have some great exhibits to see and lots of interactive items too. A great day out for all the family.
This museum is a wonderful place to visit, you can handle some of the exhibits! Everything is labelled in English and Spanish and there are multi lingual aids everywhere. The relics of long ago and not so long ago are breathtakingly exhibited. Make sure you look up!