The Museum is dedicated to daily life in the past and present. The permanent collection, located on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors, will transport you back to other eras.
These two floors are used for exhibitions of various sizes, which present thematic interpretations of the collections, reflecting on the evolution of social values and the history of attitudes. Special attention is also given to contemporary design, in order to place Spanish production from the 20th and 21st centuries in an international context.
Space evoking a seventeenth century manor house, comprising a hall, stage, chamber, oratory and a kitchen, and collections of embossed leatherwork, ceramics from Talavera and Teruel, textiles and metalwork.
Shows the transformation of the decorative arts in the Bourbon period, thanks to relations with France and England, which encouraged the introduction of new materials, such as porcelain, and promoted the use of new objects, such as watches. There is an outstanding late 18th century Neapolitan nativity scene.
Presents an overview of interiors from the early 19th century, with a Romantic-period bedroom and items of neoclassical furniture.Salto de línea A kitchen from a Valencian mansion describes domestic life in the second half of the 18th century, through lively tiled scenes showing masters and servants.Salto de línea This setting is complemented by a collection of tiles from Spain's east coast.