The Museum of Traditional Games opened in 2013. It is curated by La Tanguilla Association, inspired by Carlos de la Villa, who loved traditional games.
Since 1996 there have been exhibitions, conferences, children´s education, touring Ribera del Duero villages and nationally. Finally it has a permanent home.
Despite having a permanent home, the association continually dips into the past, updating the exhibition to generate continuous interest. Normal reference to Traditional Sports, postcards, stamp collecting, and period games.
Open times: Phone to enquire.