It was built between 1583 and 1586 by the real architect of Felipe II, Juan de Herrera with the funds and sponsored by the monarch himself. It was extended in the XVIII century by Carlos III under the orders of the engineer Juan Rodriguez y Gutierrez, and was considered one of the oldest industrial-type buildings in Europe. Once it was abandoned the industrial complex in the XIX century it became again flour factory, then changed into a ruin, and already in the XXI century has been restored, housing a Museum and the Center of Interpretation of the Aqueduct.

Buildings

Real Casa of the Moneda:

The building was built between 1583 and 1586 by the real architect of Felipe II Juan de Herrera with[...]

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Address

C/ De la Moneda. Segovia. 40003 Segovia.

Telephone: 921 475 109

Website: http://www.casamonedasegovia.es/

More information

Tourist Office of Segovia

Address:

P/ Azoguejo, 1. Segovia. 40001 Segovia.

Telephone: 921 466 720 / 921 466 724

Email: info@turismodesegovia.com

Website: http://www.turismodesegovia.com

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Tourist Office Provincial of Segovia

Address:

Calle San Francisco, 32. Segovia. Segovia.

Telephone: 921 462 906

Email: info@segoviaturismo.es

Website: http://www.segoviaturismo.es

Opening hours

  • Wednesday to friday: 10.00 – 18.00
  • Saturday: 10.00 – 14.30 and 16.00 – 18.00
  • Sunday: 10.00 – 15.00
  • Closed: monday and tuesday

Tickets

  • General: 4 €
  • Reduced: 3 €

Remarks: Free: children under 6 years old, disabled people and teachers with accreditation Ticket includes both access to permanent exhibitions and to the Acueduct Interpretation centre.

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