This museum located on Marqués street is an essential stop-off point of the historic quarter of Mula.
The Cigarralejo Museum of Iberian Art is established in the former palace of the Marquis of Menahermosa. It is a typical example of Murcian Baroque built in the 18th century. The facade has a cornise decorated with military paintings which represent the Marquis´profession. The interior of the building hosts ten halls which contain the most important art collection of Spain composed by more than 80 funerary offerings, pottery pieces, stone sculptures or weapons.
Tuesdays to fridays from 10 to 14h
Saturdays, sundays and public holidays from 11 to 14 h.
On second sunday of each month , because of the celebration of " El Mercadillo Artesanal Las Cuatro Plazas, the museum offers guided tours at 11 h , 12 h, 13 h and 13:45 h.