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We visited this small museum while strolling unto the streets in Mijas. Not expensive at all and most intriguing. Each display is impressive, how you can take the smallest thing and paint on it...most impressive.
Went in this museum on a whim as we were sat outside taking a break form walking. It's not a big place as it seems to be housed in an old railway carriage, however the exhibit are the kind of thing I've never seen in...More
Visited today on a very wet day. This place was brilliant, each display took our breath away as we marvelled at these small curiosities. €3 for a fascinating world in miniature! The entry fee also goes towards a mental health charity too, what's not to...More
Cute little museum. Worth having a look just for 3 Euros if you're in that part of town. It takes about 15 minutes max to walk through and get a good peek at everything. All pieces are explained in many different languages and the ticket...More
Ok, for some reason, as a kid, the idea of a flea circus always intrigued me. Now, this museum does not offer a flea circus but it does offer a pair of fleas dressed as a bride and groom which at this point in my...More
Our tour group was at Mijas for a day tour and we were allocated 3 hours to roam around this lovely place (do refer to my earlier reviews of this place here).
We came by this museum at the corner and near the place where...More
The Museum of Miniaturas is well worth a visit. €3 entrance fee with the profits going to mental health charities cost you more than that for pint
Takes about 20 minutes to view all the exhibits which are well displayed, most having to be observed...More