Facilities


Guadix Cave Dwellings Interpretation Centre uses the rooms of the different original cave-dwellings to locate its modern facilities, while respecting the troglodyte habitat’s special features.

Several rooms which are dedicated to different themes can be distinguished there, all related to the Troglodytism in Guadix.

Zone 1: “Troglodytism in Guadix”

History and Evolution of the Troglodyte habitat

Zone 2: “Troglodyte typologies”

Use of the excavated spaces

Zone 3: “Ways of life in the Guadix caves”

Traditional cave dwelling in the first half of the XX century, which was inhabited by the Cruz Úbeda family until the early 1980s.

Zone 4: Building Techniques

Pick-Master of Caves.

Zone 5: “Caves as a model of sustainability”

Archaeological Tasting.

Zone 6: Exit Area. Tourist Information, Mobile Store and Toilets.


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Maps of Guadix Cave Dwellings Interpretation Centre Facilities


Original allocation of the traditional cave dwelling (first half of the XX century), which is today preserved as a part of the Interpretation Centre’s facilities.


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Housing original map.


Interactive and audiovisual zones


You can also find several audiovisual means along the tour of the Guadix Cave Dwellings Interpretation Centre. Its videos and simulations will help us understand When, How, Who and Why this “troglodyte” habitat took place.

Moreover, you can consult its contents through interactive touch screens in order to go better into the people’s customs who lived and live in these cave dwellings, going back to the end of the XIX century.


Physical accessibility


Guadix Cave Dwellings Interpretation Centre complies with the Spanish accessibility standards for disabled people. You can walk through our different rooms, without architectural barriers. In addition, we have adapted toilets.


Physical accessibility


Guadix Cave Dwellings Interpretation Centre complies with the Spanish accessibility standards for disabled people. You can walk through our different rooms, without architectural barriers. In addition, we have adapted toilets.


Visual Accessibility

Our centre has a visit guide written in Braille, where visually impaired could consult all the information about the Museum contents.


Mental Accessibility

Guadix Cave Dwellings Interpretation Centre proposes different activities for groups of Occupational Centres and Special Education Schools, so it is also destined to children with special disabilities.


Auditory accessibility

Moreover, this centre has subtitling in its audiovisual presentation for people with hearing disabilities.