Palacio de los Olvidados, is located in a building of the sixteenth century also known as Palacio de Santa Inés. It is one of the few aristocratic houses of the Albaicín that still remains in perfect condition. It is speculated that the building must have belonged to a "convert" that has erased his "footprints" of his lineage, because the shields of the facade are shaved or destroyed. Today this 500 year old building is a cultural space where the extraordinary collection of art of the family Crespo López is exposed. It is intended to remember the significance of the forgotten Jewish culture in Spain and in particular, in Granada. It has in total six rooms in which the visitors can see the pieces of different periods of the Jewish history in Spain.
In the central courtyard are held concerts, shows and performances with a capacity of about 50 people. At the top of the Palace are two rooms for activities and workshops in order to enjoy children and adults.
Opening hours: Monday till Sunday from 10:00 - 19:00.
Entrance fee: 5 € (only guided tour)