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Museo de la Muralla Punica

Calle San Diego, Cartagena, Spain
+34 968 50 00 93
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Calle San Diego, Cartagena, Spain
+34 968 50 00 93
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

Interesting small museums with a video giving the early history of Cartagena (in any language if you ask at the desk). Sections of the Punic wall are in situ with a good description of their construction. The is also a small catacomb relating to a...More

Thank camper11-11
Reviewed 4 February 2017

Came in here to buy the tickets for the visits to other museums,and was surprised how well it was set out and information was also in English, worth the visit.

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Reviewed 27 December 2016

This definitely isn't the most interesting Roman ruin in the city but it's worth seeing. The video they play before you see the ruins is very informative (it's worth coming here first just to get an overview of the history of the area).

Thank IceNineJon
Reviewed 12 December 2016

This museum is not far from the Castile de Conception. Very small. It is the remains of the original Punic wall that dates back thousands of years ago. It protect the people inside the five hills from the Muslims, Hadrian etc. a short video gives...More

Thank Jogtheworld
Reviewed 13 October 2016 via mobile

Historical site with remains of the main wall and cemetery. Displays portray the war and history. Access to the underground cemetery that used to have a chapel or church above it.

Thank Keng L
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Seeing the Punic Walls was interesting to me, but there is more here than just that. They show a little movie about the history of the area, and describe the catacombs that were discovered next tot he wall.

Thank mgizmo
Reviewed 28 July 2016

We stopped off here with the cruise line that we purchased the tour from. It was sunday and everything is closed. The port is walking distance from this place and we were taken by bus. The museum is small and can get crowed as the...More

Thank RubenMoreno72
Reviewed 26 July 2016

I enjoyed the short video sharing the history behind the area and the walls. It was amazing to see the walls after and get a sense of what you were looking at (don't skip the video). The cript of St Joseph was a fascinating visit...More

Thank manormeow2
Reviewed 25 May 2016

We really enjoyed seeing the Roman walls that have been unearthed recently. Cartagena has a long history and I glad they are able to preserve it. The museum has a video to watch before touring. It is a small museum, so it doesn't take very...More

Thank MVCA0Traveler
Reviewed 14 May 2016

Beautiful new, well-lit and very informative museum with large windows and plenty of good light. You can touch the Punic Wall! A well-crafted informative video explains about the history of Cartagena before viewing the actual segment of the Wall. There are artifactgs of that historical...More

Thank NewWorld2C
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