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The childhood home of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra now houses a museum dedicated to this great master of Spanish literature, recreating the customs, traditions, and everyday life of the 16th and 17th centuries.
This museum dedicated to the author of Don Quixote also houses an important bibliographic collection with editions of Cervantes’ work from different periods and in different languages, exhibited in the temporary exhibition room. There is also a consolidated programme of activities such as workshops for children and teenagers, conferences, plays, and musical shows.
The building is partially accessible to people with reduced mobility. Access to the second floor and the temporary exhibitions hall is via a lift with capacity for 3 people and enough space for a wheelchair.
It is equipped with the means to facilitate accessibility for the visually impaired, thanks to a collaboration agreement between ONCE and the Community of Madrid.