DAIMIEL REGIONAL MUSEUMGPS: 39.06930160522461, -3.6112799644470215
The history and culture of Daimiel and personal tributes to three important people of Daimiel: the architect Miguel Fisac, the painter Juan D’Opazo and the ceramic collector Vicente Carranza.
WHAT WE’LL SEE
The landscape, its surroundings, the ancient customs and the lifestyle. From the most distant yesterday to the present day. The Bronze Age and the Iberian, Roman, Visigoth and Muslim societies. Pictures and concise informative panels. Ceramics. The carpentry and the foundry. Impressive Spanish Civil War drawings made by D’Opazo (also sculptures and paintings). His palette and his easel. All of this and much more in the ancient Casa del Médico (Doctor’s House), a traditional architecture restored.
Tuesdays to Saturdays: 10:00-14:00 / 16:00-19:00 (July and August: 17:00-20:00). Sundays: 10:00-14:00.
Global price: 2€. Children younger than 10 years: 1€. Children younger than 4 years: free entry. Older than 65 years: 1€. Groups (+10 people): 1€. Guided visits (prior appointment) : 1 guide (for every 30 people): 30€/guide.
Telephone: (+34) 926 853 479
More than four thousand years ago in Daimiel, during the Bronze Age, a unique culture in the world called “Las Motillas” emerged. Called that way due to its fortified settlements, adorned by a tower and some wall enclosures surrounded by walls with a labyrinth aspect. From them the territory and the economic resources could be controlled, storing water, cereals and, in some cases, cattle.