From Monday to Saturday and only in the mornings, fans of bullfighting and the tradition which surrounds it can visit the Bullfighting Museum, situated on Pozo del Olivar Street and offering good wine and great tapas made with traditional products. As you would expect, it is situated in an ancient Jerez winery which has been reconverted into a museum, where there is an ever-changing collection of paintings, sculptures, posters and other objects related to bullfighting. The Bullfighting Museum also exhibits the emblems of the main herds of bulls, which for years have been marked onto the bulls. The country's best bullfighters even have their own corner exhibition in this museum, with posters and costumes.
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