Museo de Semana Santa y Tamborada (MUSS) “Rafael Sánchez Hortelano”

The MUSS It is the work of Exit-Architects (s. XX). We are talking about an avant-garde building in which the games of volumes and light surround the visitor in a journey that will not leave them indifferent. Its physiognomy and construction materials provide a strong contrast with the Old Town.

It is located on one of the most important manor houses in the town: The house of the Count of Lumiares, D. Antonio de Valcárcel Pío de Savoya and Moura.

The MUSS welcomes the greatness of the fusion of the two traditions that make up Holy Week in Hellín, its processions and tamboradas. A duality that we travel under the motto: “Two traditions, a holy week”.

In addition, this building houses different pictographic collections, archaeological and ethnographic that give a good account of the splendid past and the cultures that inhabited it, as well as the impressive hellinero heritage.

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Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla la Mancha born to hand Fernando Cantero Picornell foundation and in collaboration with Heritage, Museographic aid initiatives and the Ministry of Culture in 2003.

It has a collection of contemporary painting including works by local artists and its founder, Fernando Picornell, pudiendo destacar obras de prestigiosos artistas como las de la familia Palmero, Antonio López García, Agustín Ibarrola, Antonio Saura, A. Losada, etc.

Besides the pictorial exhibition, Its rooms are arranged different activities as conferences, workshops and exhibitions of painting and sculpture.

Location: By. Castilla-La Mancha, 24.
Phone: 967 30 22 64.
Hours: Arrange a visit.
Rate: Free admission.

House Museum Pajara

The Museum "Caramelos de Hellín" It is located in the old worker of the candy factory "The Pájara", building dating from the thirteenth century. Located in the heart of Old Town, Museum visitors can enjoy a stroll through the history of the fanufacture handmade candies of Hellín, through the different sections in which it is divided: Genealogy, Machine evolution, labeled, molds, etc.

It also has old photographs showing how they were made the handmade candies, the changes and the introduction of machinery, preserving original documents Trademark and patent.

Location: Assumption Street, 8.
Phone: 669 41 28 77.
Hours: Arrange a visit.
Rate: Free admission.

Museo Taurino

It was founded in 1974 by Rafael López Morales “Cañamón” by nineteenth century building opposite the Railway Station Hellin. Al Museo Taurino several ceramic samples of the seventeenth Hellin accessed via a courtyard there, XVIII y XIX, representations as the shield of the city, allegory the patron San Rafael and other details of religious.

Consists of five rooms covering various materials from 1862, as pictures, posters, Reviews and Photos. As we review the salient elements of the bullfighting lithographs magazine “El Ruedo”, the tiles of Goya bullfighting, a model of the Bullring and Hellin Photo not only dedicated to bullfighting but history in general Hellin.

Location: Walk Station, 26.
Phone: 967 30 13 54.
Hours: Arrange a visit.
Rate : Free admission.