In order to publicise the work carried out by the María Cristina Masaveu Peterson Foundation on the promotion of culture, professional development and research, the access to the headquarters in Morasverdes is free.


Centro FMCMP Morasverdes

C/ La cumbre, s.n.
37590 Morasverdes (Salamanca)

Information telephone number (open to the public during opening hours)
+ 34 923 101 100



From 1 October to 19 March

  • THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: 11:00 – 14:30 h / 15:30– 17:00 h
    SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: 10:00 – 14:30 h / 15:30– 18:00 h
    CLOSED: Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (holidays not included) and days: 1 and 6 January and 24, 25 and 31 December.

From 20 March to 30 September

  • WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS: 11:00 – 14:30 h / 15:30–19:00 h
  • SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: 10:00 – 14:30 h / 15:30– 20:00 h
  • CLOSED: Every Monday and Tuesday (not including public holidays)

The cafeteria will be open during the same hours as the exhibition hall, except from 14:30 to 15:30 h



From Ciudad Rodrigo
By Av. de Bejar/SA-220 towards C. Laguna

From Salamanca
Take A-62/A-66 from Av. de Italia, Av. de Portugal, Av. de Luis Camoens and Av. Fernando Pessoa.
Follow A-62 towards SA-215. Take exit 293 from A-62.
Take CV-31 and SA-V-140 towards Calle del Dr. Fresnadillo/SA-220 in Morasverdes.

From Madrid
Take A-6. Follow AP-6, AP-51, A-50 and A-62 towards SA-215 in Castilla y León. Take exit 293 from A-62.
Take CV-31 and SA-V-140 towards Calle del Dr. Fresnadillo/SA-220 in Morasverdes.


There are two accessible entrances to access the interior of the Centre:

  • From the urban centre of Morasverdes (on foot).
  • From the SA-220 road (on foot and by car). You must park your vehicle in the street near the entrance to the hostel floor.
  • The hostel and cafeteria floor is on a higher level than the museum floor. Each of these floors have independent accesses, and are connected by ramps on the outside.

See map of access to the center, here.


Online ticket reservation not available


Personalised information about visiting the centre, its services and about the exhibition FMCMP Collection. Art and Nature. Tracks are the path. Free information material in digital format via QR code.

Located on the ground floor, it enables the Foundation to disseminate its cultural initiatives in the field of art and research with independent and specialised publications.

A free locker service is available to visitors. Backpacks, bags and suitcases measuring more than 35 x 35 cm. These objects must be left in the lockers. Backpacks of permitted size must be worn on your front.

There are baby-changing facilities in the adapted toilets.

Free loan service of publications, on request and during the opening hours of the exhibition hall. Specialised in children’s and young people’s books, as well as art and nature publications. In the library you can also find publications published by the Foundation. The latter can be freely consulted in the cafeteria.

The hostel has a capacity for 76 people distributed in 6-bed dormitories, each with an en-suite bathroom. For use by schools, as well as for groups of children and young people belonging to miscellaneous associations, organisations and institutions such as municipal or provincial councils, all accompanied by adult leaders.

There is also an adapted dormitory for people with reduced mobility. For more information and booking, write to


Visitors will find several resting areas along the route.

Wheelchairs and canes are available to visitors who require them.

Parking area for vehicles on the street near the hostel floor. We inform you that there are parking spaces for people with reduced mobility.


Please, read these recommendations and the access rules carefully before your visit.

  • You are in a private cultural foundation that has recently opened to the public for the first time. Please help us look after this space and enjoy your visit.
  • Make sure you keep your ticket until you leave as the Fundación’s staff may ask to see it at any time.
  • Before your visit we recommend you check the section on opening times.
  • Remember that we have reduced the capacity in all rooms. For this reason, it is recommended to acquire tickets for the activities in advance through the online booking system, up to a maximum of two tickets per person.
  • Please note that it is not possible to access exhibition hall with backpacks, bags and suitcases measuring more than 35 x 35 cm. These objects must be left in the lockers. Backpacks of permitted size must be worn on your front.
  • For the benefit of all visitors, please speak softly and switch your mobile to silent.
  • The exhibition galleries are kept at a constant temperature of 21º C. We recommend you bring something warm to wear on hot days.
  • Adults are asked to keep children with them.
  • Priority is given to visitors with reduced mobility in using the lifts. We therefore recommend you use the stairs whenever possible.
  • Wheelchairs and canes can be borrowed free of charge by anyone needing them. Visitors who use this service undertake to use them properly and return them after their visit.
  • There are clearly labelled adapted toilets and baby-changing facilities on the basement and first floors.
  • Tickets can be reserved at the ticket office until half an hour before closing. The galleries are cleared 15 minutes before closing.
  • The website provides detailed information about the Foundation’s programme and related videos and publications.
  • A visitors’ book and complaints and suggestions box are available to all visitors in the information area.
  • The staff of the Fundación are there to provide information and directions and to protect your safety and security. Please respect their instructions.

True to its commitment to ensure accessibility for everyone, the Fundación María Cristina Masaveu Peterson is working to constantly improve your visit.

The FMCMP currently provides the following services and facilities for visitors with special needs:

  • Preferential access to the ticket office for people with disabilities.
  • Accessible route for people with reduced mobility. Follow the signs.
  • Guide dogs allowed (identification required).
  • Accessible, barrier-free routes.
  • Lockers reserved for wheelchair users.
  • Clearly labelled adapted toilets on the basement and first floors.
  • Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge, subject to availability. Please ask at the information desk.
  • Auditorium with reserved seats.
  • Benches and resting areas along the route.
  • Information desk adapted for wheelchair users.
  • Baby-changing facilities in adapted toilets.
  • Visitor service staff trained to advise visitors about the services the Fundación offers.

As a cultural centre, this building is governed by conservation criteria. The rooms are equipped with appropriate lighting and signage and safe distances are established.

At Fundación María Cristina Masaveu Peterson we continue working to improve our services.

  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Animals, except guide dogs (duly accredited).

Backpacks, bags and suitcases measuring more than 35 x 35 cm. These objects must be left in the lockers. Backpacks of permitted size must be worn on your front.

Umbrellas and sharp objects (they must be deposited in the lockers).

Folding chairs and walking sticks with seats or similar (unless special permission has been given in advance).

Any items the security staff consider may be a risk to artworks or people.

Scooters, bicycles and large objects.


Smoke, including in the outdoor areas.

Eat and drink, except in designated areas.

Touch the artworks.

Photography in the exhibition rooms is permitted, provided that you do not use flash or equipment, such as tripods, selfie sticks, etc., that may interfere with other visitors. Please note that works of art are subject to copyright..

Draw, paint or take notes in the galleries except as part of activities organised by the Foundation.

Group visits, with or without a guide. External guides are not admitted. All visits organised by the Foundation are free of charge and are conducted by the centre’s mediation team.

Entering the centre with any type of object that security personnel consider may pose a risk.

The use of motorbikes, scooters, skates or bicycles on the access ramps to the centre. Playing with scooters, skateboards or bicycles is only permitted in the square area (access area to the exhibition hall).

  • The centre must be vacated 15 minutes before closing time.
  • The Foundation may, exceptionally, modify the opening hours in those situations it deems necessary.
  • The Foundation reserves the right to close some of the Foundation’s public spaces without prior notice for security or service reasons.
  • Stand at a safe distance from the artworks.
  • Speak softly.
  • Switch their mobiles to silent and not disturb other visitors.

The Foundation generally reserves the right to refuse admission and to enforce the following rules of access. The purpose of the right to refuse admission is to ban from entry any person who does not comply with the rules of access, acts in a violent or inappropriate manner, causes a nuisance to visitors or users, disrupts normal activity, or endangers the safety or integrity of people or property. Any person who has consumed alcohol or drugs, is carrying weapons or dangerous objects, or wearing garments or displaying symbols that incite violence, racism and xenophobia will be denied entry.