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This great small museum on the other side of the Park and Gardens from the Palace of Aranjuez has 4-5 former Royal Barges with info and accoutrements. Reasonable entry price. The barges are well preserved and displayed so you can get close to them. If...More
We had a lovely day out in Aranjuez a few Sundays back and stopped at the Royal Barges museum for about 25 minutes whilst exploring the Jardin del Principe. (See my related reviews on the Casa del Labrador and the Palace under their own TA...More
The Museo de Faluas Reales was a most fascinating place to visit. The old Royal river crafts were beautiful, and the children were fascinated by them. The only negative was that we were not allowed to photograph them, but for all that well worth a...More
This museum features some elaborate royal barges used by the Spanish royal family.
It is a rather small museum, but the collection in itself is quite impressive.
The museum is just to be visited without a guide.
Taking photographs is not allowed inside, only outside.....More
A small but fascinating museum, located in the Jardin del Príncipe. There aren't too many exhibits, but I had never seen anything like any of them: this little museum is one of a kind. It houses the ceremonial barges in which royalty used to be...More
The Museo de Faluas Reales is a curiosity for curious people visiting aranjuez.
This small museum has around 8 faluas or boats that the Spanish royal family used in past to go through rivers and lakes.
The cover ticker of the Royal Palace of Aranjuez...More