Robber Museum Museo del Bandolero Opening hours: April to September 10:30-20:00; October next year March 10:30-18:00 Tickets: €3 The Robber Museum exhibits 19th-century robbers and bandits Circumstances, the Andalusia region was flooded with robbers, so it was notorious. Quite a lot to grab the museum, we saw 3 similar ones along the way. I don't know which is better, I didn't go in anyway.
Spain, Andalusia...Ronda town. The Robber Museum is just off the main road in the town. We walked to the door as a shop. To charge 4 Euro/person. At first glance, there are two rooms, stacked with objects (it is no different from a store, and there is no bright display). Take pictures and go away.
These old objects are stored here, such as music boxes, sewing machines, sabers, Mauser guns, pocket watches, pipes, telephones, pens, typewriters, binoculars, movie projectors, cameras, photos, as well as wizards and prisoners made by one-to-one simulations. The torture equipment for beating prisoners, the dungeon where prisoners are held, it is like a place where bandits and robbers gather, and it is like a hidden hut where everyone admires Flamenco after a meal.
You can’t see such a special museum anywhere else. Although the area is not large, there are many things. A large number of exhibits and introductions are packed in a small house, which can be said to be dazzling. The main problem is that many introductions are available in English, French, German and Spanish at the same time. . . This causes the text to become dense and small, making it difficult to see clearly. But even so, I still recommend this unpopular small museum, the real Andalusian characteristics! You can learn many stories.
This is a very special museum, built because of the thieves who were thieves, there are some famous thieves' stories and related items on display, which is interesting to see!