Mori - Etnological Museum of the Gypsy Women

The permanent exhibition presents the contribution of the gypsy women in the history of the gypsies. The focus is on its art, literature, music creation, traditional medicine and the females wich has the greatest reputation. It also houses a reproduction of a Sacromonte cave, costumes, and recreation of vardo (gypsy caravan) with different utensils and personal items. There is also an expostion of the work of the sculptor Luis Heredia. The museum was opened on November 22, 2006, the day of the Gypsies of Andalucía.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 13:00.

Flexible hours for groups (reservation in advance).

Entrance: free 

Photo Gallery Mori - Museum of the Gypsy Women


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