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Real Casa de Moneda building in Segovia

Contact details

Calle de la Moneda, s/n.
40003  Segovia  (Castile-Leon)
Tel.:+34 921475109


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It was founded by Philip II and designed by Juan de Herrera. It currently houses two museums: the Mint Museum and the Aqueduct Visitor Centre.

Located beside the Eresma River and the Alcázar palace, it is the oldest example of industrial architecture still existing in Spain. It operated as a Royal Mint between 1586 and 1869, and still conserves its hydraulic infrastructure intact, with a dam in the Eresma river. Part of the hydraulic system is on display in the outdoor courtyard, alongside the reproduction of the wooden channels and hydraulic wheels which today –as in the 16th century– move the ironworks.

The Aqueduct Visitor Centre is a more interactive and multimedia space with information on the 2,000 years of history of this monument, which has been awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO.

Industrial building

Artistic period:
Renaissance, Neo-classical

Historic period:
19th century, 18th century, 17th century, 16th century

El Parral monastery, the Alcázar fortress and the walled city.

Practical information


From Mar 28 to Oct 15
From Wednesday to Sunday
From 10:00 to 19:00

Closing days: Monday, Tuesday

From Oct 15 to Mar 27
From Wednesday to Sunday
From 10:00 to 18:00

Closing days: Monday, Tuesday


General: €3
Reduced: €2
Admission free Wednesdays
Admission with guided tour: €4 The ticket includes access to the Casa de la Moneda building and the Aqueduct Visitor Centre.


Guided tours 11 am and 1 pm.


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