Museum of Ethnography: It shows the lifestyles, customs and economy of the people living in Estepona for the past centuries. The collection comprises about 2,000 pieces.
Museum of Palaeontology: It has an outstanding mollusc and marine invertebrate collection from the Pliocene, with over 1,000 species on display, which is a reference for scholars from all over Europe. The collection also boasts an Upper Triassic coral reef that is unique in the Iberian Peninsula and series of replicas of Argentine dinosaurs with ten specimens from the Mesozoic Era.
Museum of Image and Sound: It comprises three rooms: the María Isbert Hall, where visitors can take a look at posters, brochures and souvenirs from artists visiting Estepona; the Spring Music Hall, displaying mementos from the most important concerts; and the Edgar Neville Hall, showing a fabulous collection of cameras and projectors.
Antonio Ordóñez Museum of Bullfighting: A museum dedicated to the great bullfighter Antonio Ordóñez, who was also the first manager of the Estepona Bullring, inaugurated by Francisco Rivera, aka ‘Paquirri.’ Here visitors can see lots of objects associated with the bullfighting fiesta: photos, bull heads, lances, badges, posters and costumes worn by the best Spanish matadors.
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Parking and transport
- Own parking
- Recommended for families
- Located in an urban area
- Coastal area