Museo de Casa Alpujarreña
The municipal museum "Casa Alpujarreña" is located in the Plaza de la Iglesia and was built in the 15th century. It is a typical alpujarreña house and also furnished and decorated as this. The museum is exposing from an antique bed to farm implements, tools to make wine, antique tables, pots, plates, etc.
Telephone: 958 763 032
Casa-Museo Pedro Antonio de Alarcón
The Casa-Museo Pedro Antonio de Alarcón, founded in 1972 and restored in 2013 by the Province of Granada, is dedicated to the life and work of famed writer accitano, besides functioning as a museum of the alpujarreñas habits .
Telephone: 958 763 051
Opening hours: every day from 11:00 - 14:00 (except Monday).
Price: 2 €
Museo del Agua
Opening times: Tuesday - Sunday from 09:00 - 13:00
Telf: 958 77 21 07
Price 3,00 euro
Location: old school of Tímar, next to Plaza de la Iglesia in Tímar.
Opening hours: in order to visit the museum you have to call 958 76 81 07 (Monday till Friday), on other times 679 03 80 79 or 618 41 16 88
Price: 2 euro
Exposición permanente de Fotografía: La Alpujarra de Rafael Vilchez
It consists in principle of 650 photographs in black and white and color made by the journalist Rafael Vilchez who was settled in the region for over two decades. In the pictures reflect the architecture, cuisine, folklore, culture, legends and countless characters of different peoples that make up the Alpujarra.
The museum is located in the basement of City Hall and the entrance is free.
Telephone: 958 851 001
Centro de Información del Parque Nacional de Sierra Nevada
Telephone: 958 76 30 01
Mining Information Center “Museo Malacate”
In this ethnological museum are murals and models representing the traditional mining of the Tímar Mercury. All information is provided regarding the importance that mercury had, for everything that was used.
The museum is located in the old school building next to the church square in Timar.
Entrance: € 2,-
Visits to the museum are performed by appointment at the following numbers:
Tlf. (+34) 958 768 107 (from Monday till Friday from 9:00 - 14:00).
On other times telephone 679 038 079 or 618411688
Wine Centre Alpujarride
This farm with over 7 acres of vineyards, is located in the Sierra de La Contraviesa, in the heart of the Alpujarra.
This historic vineyards have been cultivated for centuries, and they offer an exceptional experience for wine lovers. It is possible to participate in wine tastings or in the treading thegrape treading.
Finca Juan Reyes, S / N.
Road Haza del Lino Murtas Km. 4 (GR-5204)
Torvizcon 18430, Granada, Spain.
Tel. 622 959 500 / email@example.com / Coordenates GPS: 36.838416, -3.28597
Museo de Esparto Agustín Góngora
Particularly Museum with figures of esparto grass in life size (people, famous people, animals, farm implements, clothing ...).
Also exhibits a collection of ancient artifacts related to daily life and chores. The museum has been open for about 30 years.
Direction: Arroyo Pozo 7
In Yegen is a small museum located that shows an important relic to the memory of the villagers, many photos are exclusively from the town and its people. The photos show the living in history from the years 1959-1989, thanks to the work of Sr. Van Hannsen year after year he visited the village of Yegen and became much more than a visitor.
Cuatro Vientos Wine theme Center
This museum is located in the Sierra de La Contraviesa in the oldest part of the winery. It is showing the different instruments they used during time for preparing the wine. Also the whole wine producing process is showed by audio visual.
Finca Cuatro Vientos S. L.
Ctra. Murtas s / n, 18490 Murtas GRANADA (Spain)
Telf: (+34) 958 95 69 58 - Mobile. 650 61 62 06
A former convent converted into a museum which revives the life of the Franciscans. In 2001 they proceeded to restore the old convent building, trying to restore its original appearance;
Historic Museum Alpujarra
Opened in August 1993, installed in a manor house, known as Casa Doña Loreto, nineteenth century. The museum houses an enormous collection relating to the history and lore of the region elements. It is undoubtedly the largest collection of ethnological material of La Alpujarra, denoting an appreciable effort, determination and love for their country by its owner, lawyer and writer José Antonio Jiménez Tovar.