Cervantino 50 años

Iconographic Museum of Don Quixote (traducción en la literatura de Quijote, The Don Quixote Iconographic Museum)

Disponible en: Español (Spanish) 日本語 (Japanese)

This museum houses the largest collection of art inspired by the literary character Don Quixote, created by author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.

The museum first opened in 1978 to display a collection of art pieces assembled by Eulalio Ferrer. It is alleged that Ferrer started his collection trading a pack of cigarettes for a Don Quixote figurine, while in a refugee camp during the Spanish Civil War in 1936.

Additional Info: Opens Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00hrs. Sundays and holidays 12:00 to 18:00 hrs. Admission fees apply.

Walk down the street heading towards ‘Teatro Júarez’, behind it you’ll find the entrance to a funicular cable car (Funicular Panorámico de la Ciudad); it will take you up-hill to ‘Pípila’ overlook. From here, you will be able to soak in the colorful view of the city. Enjoy!

Disponible en: Español (Spanish) 日本語 (Japanese)

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