This museum was inaugurated in 2011 by the then Mayor of Murcia, Miguel Angel Cámara Botía.
This location seeks to show the clothes and other characteristic elements of the different “kabilas” and “mesnadas” who participate in the famous and popular festival of Moors and Christians in the region.
Also in the enclosure, you can enjoy magnificent exhibitions of paintings and photographs that make references to the typical Murcian festival. These festivities, although they last eight days, emphasize what is known as the “Festera” Trilogy, which covers the Saturday, Sunday, and Monday before the September Pilgrimage.
Museums in Murcia
What to see in Murcia