Juan Bravo Theatre
Located in the main square, was built in 1917 on a plot where formerly the Teatro de la Zarzuela and the film Queen Victoria.
His front is neoclassic style and was opened on October 26, 1918.
The dulzaina and tamboril are the most popular folk music instruments of Segovia. They are used in parties to accompany the dance. The traditional Spanish dance is the jota, extended through the whole the geography of the country.
Casa Museo de Antonio Machado
Antonio Machado came to Segovia in 1919, where he was settled in a house in the Calle de los Desamparados.
Jewish Educational Center
Through this Centre, visitors can learn the history of the Sephardim of Segovia. All thanks to the help of informative panels, exhibits and resources that allow the understanding and visualization of the neighborhood that housed one of the largest Jewish populations of the Crown of Castile.
Museo de Segovia
The Segovia Museum, old Provincial Museum of fine arts, dates back to 1842. His works include, two celtiberin boars, Roman mosaics, glasses of La Granja, a series of tables of Castilian and Flemish painters of the 15th and 16th centuries, etc.
It is located inside the House of the Nobleman, pertaining to nobility housing of the 15th century. Its main theme is Segovia and painters premises and linked to the province, as the family Tablada, Eduardo Vicente, Núñez Losada and Núñez de Celis, the brothers Zubiaurre, etc. It also has paintings by artists known as J. Sorolla, Beruete and Fortuny.
Real Casa de Moneda
It is located in a beautiful aure, outside the fortified city, next to the Eresma river and the monastery of Santa Maria del Parral, with views to the Alcázar. It was an innovative and pioneering coins factory. The Casa de Moneda of Segovia is one of the oldest and most important in Europe examples of industrial architecture. Built by King Felipe II between 1583-1588, it was the first Mint mechanized in Spain, as well as the first that directly belonged to the Crown.
Gastronomic Segovia Museum
This gastronomic Segovia Museum offers its visitors the possibility of knowing the rich cuisine of your city and province where the own development, curiosities, audiovisual tools and explanatory panels are exposed. It is divided into two floors, one of main entrance and another in a cave of Roman construction that transports the visitor to that time.
Museo Esteban Vicente
This museum was opened in 1998 and is dedicated to Esteban Vicente. It is built in the middle of the 15th century and was the Palace of Enrique IV Trastamara.
It was purchased in 1905 by Daniel Zuloaga to install in his workshop. We can find paintings by Ignacio Zuloaga and oil paintings, watercolours and ceramics of Daniel and his children.