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Surprisingly interesting

This was not part of our original plan, but we were all glad we visited. The architecture, more... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wessel B
Amazing and unusual house and garden

This house was built by an artist Jose Maria Rodriguez-Acosta during a period when he was... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was not part of our original plan, but we were all glad we visited. The architecture, more than anything else, is what makes this place so interesting. Visiting the underground passages (which are believed to connect with the Alhambra) was an awe-inspiring experience.

Thank Wessel B
Reviewed 3 May 2018

This house was built by an artist Jose Maria Rodriguez-Acosta during a period when he was dissatisfied with his painting. It is on the side of a steep hill and has patios and gardens, statues and an art collection as well as an extensive system...More

1  Thank Hilary D
Reviewed 24 April 2018

Arriving early in the day, we were lucky enough to be guided around the garden by Guillermo whose background in architecture helped us to ‘get it’! A garden should have a soul, but this one has treats galore as well as a soul and a...More

Thank Folks-on-the-hill
Reviewed 17 April 2018

First class one hour guided tour by friendly, well informed, helpful guides. The surrounding gardens and sculptures open up to stunning views over Granada. Well worth a visit - really enjoyable.

Thank Onceachef
Reviewed 4 April 2018

I truly enjoyed visiting this while staying at the nearby Alhambra Palace Hotel, but I would not rate it as worth a special trip with some much else to see in Granada. The gardens are quite nice with some excellent views overlooking the city. The...More

Thank Iforgetmyname4
Reviewed 2 March 2018

had a walk with a guide through the museum. Marvellous views. Nice fountains. dungeons under the museum with some stairs.

Thank anypomp
Reviewed 22 February 2018 via mobile

We saw a sign for this place on the walk down from the Alhambra and were glad we found it. Amazing gardens, sculptures, preserved (but embellished) tunnels and small art museum. Plus amazing (in English) tour because we were the only people at 11.30am -...More

Thank sbf67
Reviewed 7 January 2018

After spending an incredible day at the Alhambra, we decided to continue our exploration at the Fondation Acosta. You see additional beautiful views, as well as get an interesting tour of his home. After, we wandered around the city, discovering many hidden treasures. The Alhambra...More

1  Thank arleneMontrealQuebec
Reviewed 30 October 2017

This charming museum and historical place is worth a quick visit and tour. The owner's collection covers many centuries of art and curios. During construction of the house a number of old escape tunnels leading between the Alhambra and the far hills were discovered and...More

1  Thank pwhjr
Reviewed 16 October 2017

This was an unexpected gem to visit. We were 4 friends visiting Granada for four days. We were dilighted to find the venue still open at 6pm and were treated to an hours accommpanied viewing on our own. The art collection is quite small but...More

1  Thank Lesley G
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