Casa de los Tiros. This 16th-century palace, adorned with the coat of arms of the Grana Venegas family who owned it, was named House of the Shots for the musket barrels that protrude from its facade. The stairs to the upper-floor displays are flanked by portraits of miserable-looking Spanish royals, from Ferdinand and Isabella to Felipe IV. The highlight is the carved wooden ceiling in the Cuadra Dorada (Hall of Gold), adorned with gilded lettering and portraits of royals and knights. Old lithographs, engravings, and photographs show life in Granada in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Calle Pavaneras 19, Realejo, Granada, 18002. 958/221072. www.juntadeandalucia.es/cultura/museos/MCTGR. €1.50. Tues.–Sat. 10–8:30, Sun. 10–5.