Museo de la Virgen de la Cabeza
This museum collects information and objects relating to the historical devotion to the Virgen de la Cabeza over the centuries, and the artistic and anthropological significance of this worship. The official inauguration of the museum took place on April 19, 1998. It is divided into three rooms; the first displays the mantles of greatest historical significance, as well as a painting of the pilgrimage from the seventeenth century and the custody donated by Mussolini; in the second room, you can see the mantles given by the Kings of Spain and other personalities, various reproductions of the image of the Virgen de la Cabeza, her processional cage and several showcases with objects of high significance; in the third room, we find a 1/50 scale model of the Sanctuary, the work of Don Manuel Molina and the gallery of the painter, Arsenia Tenerio, on Beata Isabel Canori Mora. Asset of Cultural Interest 1985. Located in the Santuario de la Virgen de la Cabeza.
Monday-Sunday, 09:30-13:30hrs and 16:30-18:30hrs
Tel: 953 54 90 15