Casa de l’Hort – The Doll Museum

A stately mansion from the 18th century, its architecture is an example of the noble 19th century. It is known as “Casa del Huerto” – “Orchard House” because of the large garden in front of the main façade and was owned by the Paya Alonso Medina family. The main entrance leads to a beautiful curved staircase of four sections with a circular eye which leads to different floors and ends in a tower which is visible from the outside. The building was purchased by the tourist industry in 1973 and donated to the city to house the Doll Museum. Today you can visit the Doll Museum or “Museu de la Nina” where there is an exhibition of more than 1200 pieces from different ages, materials and various collections including part of the City hall collection.