It is a curious museum located in the Romanesque Puerta de Santiago where the city was accessed from Arévalo and Medina del Campo. It houses a charming collection of 38 puppets donated by the famous puppeteer of Cádiz, Francisco Peralta. The body of the dolls is made of wood, bandages, plaster and rabbit tail; recycled household materials, cloth and metal elements are added. The wife of the teacher, Matilde del Amo, was responsible for the costumes and textile accessories of the scenes.
- C / Puerta de Santiago, 36 40003 Segovia
- Tel. 921 460 501
- Monday and Tuesday closed
- From Wednesday to Saturday: from 11,00 to 15,00 and from 15,30 to 17,30 h.
- Sunday from 11,00 to 15,00 h.
Last access 15 minutes before the center closes
- Free admission every day
- Audioguide: 2 €