Not the most amazing museum but a cool palace setting makes up for it. Really cheap at €3.50 so worth a look while in Ronda!
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On a whim, we spent about 90 minutes in the Palacio de Mondragon museum and really enjoyed our visit. While some of the exhibits are showing signs of age, overall the facility accomplishes what every good museum should: educate while entertaining. The focus is on...More
We asked the waitress at a Ronda restaurant what she recommended we do while staying in the town for 2 days and highly recommended Casa Mondragon as an excellent place to visit. The next morning after some early rain, we walked to Casa Mondragon. An...More
We expected a "palacio" including nice gardens. Unfortunately inside this beautiful house they made an exposition about prehistoric times. There are still some original elements which are very beautiful and the gardens are small, but well maintained. I would look for another townhouse if you...More
Although you may not be particularly interested in the exhibits on show in the Palacio de Mondragón, which is now a museum, do buy a ticket and amble around this fine palace as it is such an adorable building. Although much of the palace was...More
At 3 Euros the place is worth visiting. But what a waste of a wonderful building. It could be a fabulous place if only they had left it as a mansion for the public to visit and get a feel for. Instead they have placed...More
This Palacio was an Andalous masterhouse, now a Museum; typical andalous architecture, archs, inside balcony to trail around; antique beam, a romantic spanish atmosphere of a rich palace with a wonderful quit garden, fountains, and a wonderful view to the cliffs and the surrounding valley...More
The house and garden themselves are the main attraction rather than the exhibits which are unremarkable. The two rear gardens are delightful with amazing views. Buy the combined ticket for 4 attractions including the arabic baths.