Casa Museo de Dulcinea

Casa Museo de Dulcinea


This house was previously known as “Casa de la Torrecilla”, where Esteban Zarco lived, as can be deduced from reading his testament found in the 1920s in the parish archives, in which the arms and coats of arms to be carried by his descendants are described in detail.

Don Esteban Zarco, a doctor of law from the University of Bologna, was the brother of Ana Zarco, the woman with whom Don Miguel was in love.

The house was built in the 1960s. It is a reproduction of a 16th-century manor house from La Mancha with the farm buildings on the ground floor, a back garden and a dovecote. The kitchen is reminiscent of the atmosphere of the past. The utensils, objects and household goods keep words in disuse, such as: “redina”, “cenacho”, “tumbillo”, “morillos”…

On the upper floor you can see antique furniture, trunks with beautiful fittings as well as a strange Renaissance-era travel safe with a mechanism that moves more than a dozen “locks” with a single key. There are cabinets, braziers, and the bedrooms, with their original furniture, attempt to recreate the atmosphere of a bedroom of that period.


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Useful information:

  • Address: Don Quixote Street, 1 | El Toboso
  • Opening hours:
    Tuesday to Saturday: 9:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    Sundays: 10:00 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.
    Closed on Mondays
  • Price: Free
  • Contact: 925197288 (Reservations)

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