The City of Molina de Segura has launched the Museum Activities Program 2019, which offers the possibility of knowing the Interpretation Center La Albarda Rites and Traditions of the Campo de Molina, the Carlos Soriano Ethnographic Museum of El Llano de Molina and the Furnace Museum of the Council and House of Folklore.
The Department of Tourism and Culture propose for Sunday, October 13, from 11.30 to 13.30 hours, the visit and the workshop of wind gadgets in the Carlos Soriano Ethnographic Museum of the hamlet of El Llano de Molina.
Activity aimed at a family audience, in which simple wind gadgets such as grinders, airplanes or cariocas will be built that will be fun to use.
To participate in this activity it is necessary to confirm the assistance by calling the telephone number 968 21 90 99 (Aldaba Congresos, company that develops the program), or the Department of Tourism, at the telephone numbers 968 388 523 and 968 388 522 .
The Carlos Soriano Ethnographic Museum is located in the old manor house that this lawyer had in his agricultural colony of Llano de Molina de Segura and was inaugurated on May 17, 2003. The proposed activities will take place from Monday to Thursday for concerted groups (educational centers, associations, cultural centers, etc., of the municipality and the Region), and the second Sunday of the month, for the general population, from 11.30 to 13.30 hours.
The City of Molina de Segura, in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works, rehabilitated the building and set up this center.
The complex is constituted, by the manor house, the attached hermitage that was part of the colony, an area of â€‹â€‹agricultural crops, to show the characteristic products of the area, a hydraulic ferris wheel on the ditch in operation and declared of Cultural Interest and since 2011, a temporary exhibition hall.
The manor house has two floors.
On the Ground Floor, we find the entrance where a tinajero stands out, under the stairs, and some archaeological pieces of the surveys carried out in the municipality since 1992. Moving to the kitchen we find different utensils that were part of this room and some collections of ceramic and glass
Passing through the patio of the house we arrive at the temporary exhibition hall where proposals from different local artists are developed.
The upper floor includes a first room where we contemplate different regional costumes.
The next room is composed of different models where Huertana work and some artifacts such as ferris wheels, mills are collected ... The last room recreates a bedroom from the end of the 19th century.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura