Free guided tours of the exhibition “Astronomy in al-Andalus”
Free guided tours of the exhibition Astronomy in al-Andalus, organized by the Andalusian Public Foundation El legado andalusí.
Welcome to the exhibition Astronomy in al-Andalus! We are thrilled to provide you with the chance to embark on this captivating journey through time. To ensure an exceptional experience, we have meticulously arranged a daily guided tour that will enable you to delve into fascinating aspects of astronomy in al-Andalus.
Details of the Free Guided Tour:
- Visiting hours: Monday to Friday (excluding holidays). From 12 to 13 p.m.
- Location: Headquarters of the Andalusian Public Foundation El legado andalusí. Corral del Carbón. C/ Mariana Pineda s/n. Granada
To join one of our guided tours, we kindly ask you to follow these simple steps:
1. Reserve your spot
Participants must reserve their spot in advance. To do so, please send an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to provide the following information in the email:
- Full name(s) of the participant(s).
- Desired date of the visit.
2. Booking Deadline
Please make your reservations no later than 2:00 p.m. on the day prior to your desired visit date. If you wish to visit on a Monday or on a day following a local, regional, or national holiday, kindly reserve your spot on the first working day (Monday to Friday) before the requested date by 2:00 p.m. This will enable us to prepare your visit accordingly.
Upon receiving your reservation request and verifying the availability for the desired day, we will promptly send you a confirmation email containing comprehensive details of your scheduled visit, along with any pertinent additional information.
Important: The exhibition hall has a limited capacity to ensure a high-quality experience and adhere to safety protocols. The maximum number of participants allowed is 20 people (20 pax). Guided tours will only be conducted if there is a minimum of 5 participants (5 pax).
We hope you enjoy your guided tour and that it provides you with a deeper understanding of this significant heritage.
To learn more about the exhibition Astronomy in al-Andalus, click here.