Firstly, the whole tour is conducted in Spanish so if you don’t speak Spanish you will probably not get loads out of this experience. I translated for my kids so it was not too bad. They also have a brief overview in English which you can borrow whilst you tour.
The host clearly loves her job and was passionate about the story she was telling (Maria 😊) however there was sadly not much time to explore the first room as once you have been ushered out for the next room, you cannot go back.
My 8 year old was actually really upset that she couldn’t look at anything due to the spoken part of the tour, which was quite long for any little ears.
Once you move into the second and third rooms there is more of a chance to look at things.
I really do think the guide was doing a good job, it was just a bit too much. We would have liked more time to explore but it ended up feeling like a conveyor belt. In and out!
It was €4 pp to enter and the gift shop wasn’t unreasonable. You may have to book a time slot and come back.