Museu del Rei de la Magia
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Museu del Rei de la Magia information
This museum is a timeless curio. It is the scene of magic shows, home to collections of material that hark back to the 19th-century origins of the associated magic shop at Carrer de la Princesa 11 (which holds everything from old posters and books for learning tricks to magic wands and trick cards) and the place for budding magicians of all ages to enrol in courses. Seeing is believing.