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Once we arrived there were only Spanish speaking guides left, so I tried to translate everything a good as possible hopefully I understood everything well :) Just a simple museum with photo's of the history of Leon/Nicaragua, the guide made it come alive. The history of Nicaragua is interesting so I would say you need to visit the museum so... 更多
The museum seems to be undergoing a renewal or renovation. When we were there, the power failed and it was hard to read the signs. They are mostly in Spanish. The walls are painted with scenes depicting the torture that people endured at this site during the war years when it was used as a prison. The folk stories seem... 更多
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed walking through this museum and learning more about the myths and legends in the Nicaraguan culture! Also, about the famous Nicaraguan poet Ruben Dario and the history of Nicaragua.
This is quite a small walk round museum. The extremely hot rooms in the central building house the papier mache/plastic models. The tales of torture might upset some. I did not find this value for money.
This place is quite basic. It's in an ancient prison and you can see on the walls, drawing of what it was. There are some famous people in "papier mâché" all around the place showing the legends and traditions of Nicaragua.
The location is great. It's in a old prison. It cost 50 Cordoba entry fee but you get a free guide who is able to speak english. It's sigested to give the guide a small tip. He told us a lot about different witches and headless priest which is fun to hear. In some rooms of the jail they have... 更多
This was a quirky little museum & was interesting for a short visit. I managed to avoid having a guide as I prefer to go at my own speed & if something isn't interesting then I don't linger.
This museum is dedicated to local traditions and leyends, Nicaraguans have very deep traditions and beliefs, it is a good way to spend a couple of hours and learn. The museum is located in an old Jail which is famous for having housed a lot of political prisioners during the Somoza Regime. These prisoners were tortured and murdered, so if... 更多
The first part of the museum has some gorgeous mosaics but the actual tour is underwhelming. The mannequins are falling apart and you need a guide otherwise it's hard to know what you're looking at. The stories are interesting but the museum could use a shot in the arm.