This CaveMuseum sheds light on the lifestyle of the people in the not too distant past in Guadix and the surrounding area. This site was excavated by the local people and inhabited until the early 1980s.
This museum recreates a way of life deeply rooted in the north of the province of Granada ever since the 16th century, coloured by its historical, cultural and, of course, geographical characteristics.
The museum, made up of a whitewashed façade, houses a patio, a well, an entrance gate, a kitchen, a pantry, a pigsty, stables and a number of bedrooms. There are also a number of exhibition rooms that explore troglodytes in Guadix in detail.
Sounds, smells and images take you back to how everyday life used to be in these unique homes.