The outdoor area also has a playground and an open-air stage for events.
In this section you will find relevant information to prepare for your visit.
HOW TO GET TO THE MUSEUM
Art, tradition, nature and gastronomy in a globally unique geographical triangle.
__ PRIVATE VEHICLES
There is free parking to the rear of the building, and also ample space for leaving buses or cars in the area around the museum.
As the distance from the bus stop to Museo de Belenes is 400 meters, we do not recommend walking. The building is located on the outskirts of Mollina.
There is a taxi rank in the centre of Mollina town (Plaza de Málaga, 8). The telephone number is (+34) 952 74 01 70 or (+34) 669 111 337.
Taxi Radio Antequera (operating at “Antequera-Santa Ana” AVE station): (+34) 952 84 55 30 – (+34) 687 597 500.
You can also hire private transport or rent a vehicle. Should you require any help with this, please phone or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (+34) 951 197 362.
(Seniors citizens over the age of 65) _______ 4€
(Children between the ages of 3 and 12) _______ 3€
(Children below the age of 3, accompanied by an adult) _______ 0€
Privately Guided Tours
These tours are available for groups of between 12 and 20 people.
CAFETERIA AND SHOP
During your visit, we want you to enjoy Andalusian flavours – and more specifically, those related to the Antequera region. We offer convenient but healthy menus, with product quality our priority.
As we are traditionally minded, we also serve delicious chocolate and churros for you to enjoy.
In our shop you will find, among other things, local products such as olive oil, “mantecado” sweetmeats and wine from Mollina.
Our staff will be at your disposal should you need any help.
_ No animals, except for guide dogs.
_ No access for anyone in swimwear or not wearing a top.
_ No access to the exhibition areas with food or alcoholic beverages.
_ No backpacks, bags or other bulky travel accessories. You can ask our staff to keep your luggage in a safe area during your visit.
_ No photography, tripod recording or use of selfie sticks in the museum, for visitor security.