Mr. Álvaro Noguera Giménez, at the beginning of the 80s, started his long-awaited project to install a museum of miniatures. Old toys preserved from his childhood, and his condition as a fervent collector, gave rise to more than a million pieces that, approximately, the museum has as artistic material on display, stored or under restoration in his workshops.
This collector's dream came true when L ’Iber, Museum of the Tin Soldiers, was opened to the public in 2007, one year after his death. More than twenty-five years were necessary to open what today can be considered without a doubt as the largest and most complete museum of miniature historical figures in the world, both for the number of pieces, as well as for the variety of brands and their quality.
Today our Museum exhibits more than 95,000 pieces to the public and is growing every day. The rest of the collections are progressively shown in the temporary exhibitions that we carry out. It was inaugurated on May 15, 2007 and today it has 17 permanent exhibition rooms, several temporary exhibition rooms, open reserves (by appointment), shops, areas for events and libraries in more than 3,000 m2. After a few years of opening this private initiative constitutes one of the most visited museums in the Valencian Community.
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