Located in the headquarters of the Festival Board, former palace belonging to the Selva-Mergelina family. It is a four-storey building that perfectly reflects the typology of nineteenth-century bourgeois construction. Inside, the Nolla ceramic floors stand out, one of the most characteristic and genuine elements of Valencian modernism.

The museum houses an important collection of objects related to the traditional Moors and Christians Festivities of Villena. It displays costumes and festival images, posters and programmes published over many years or memories of previous festivals.

In addition, it shows a representation of all the costumes of the fourteen comparsas or troupes that participate in the Moors and Christians Festivities. The section dedicated to the conservation of original scores of festival music, inseparable companion of all the acts that are celebrated during those days, is particularly important.


Address: Plaza de Santiago,3
Tel. 965 34 33 05


  • The payment of the tickets by credit card is preferred.
  • Guided tours can be booked at the Tourist Info Office (next to the Museum).
  • The Museum is accessible for people with reduced mobility (lift).
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Tuesday to Sunday, bank holidays and Mondays eve of holidays: guided tour at 11:15 h and 12:30 h.
Closed on Monday.
Closed on 25th December, 1st January and 6th January.  

Open to the public and tickets at the Tourist Info Office, next to the museum.

1€ (0,50€ con discount).