Ninots and Ninot Exhibition Image gallery Introduction What’s a ninot The Exhibit and the Ninots Indultats Recogida del Ninot Image gallery FAQs Ninots and Ninot Exhibition Image gallery Singular Valencia Wine Tour Utiel Requena Wineries starstarstarstarstar 35 from 170,00€ Cliffs and Old Fishing Trails around Moraira starstarstarstarstar 34 from 158,00€ Valencia Arts and Sciences Segway Tour starstarstarstarstar 31 from 55,00€ Valencia Half Day City Highlights (Private Tour) starstarstarstarstar 28 from 250,00€ VIEW ALL These are the Ninots and their Exhibit in images. For every ninot you’ll find the name of its falla at the base. There are so many ninots that the Exhibit takes up the entire hall at the Museo de Ciencias Príncipe Felip. At the Exposiciò you’ll be able to appreciate the detail that goes into some of the ninots at the exhibit. The ninots (especially belonging to the fallas mayores) often reference local or international political and cultural events. If you can, it’s a good idea to have a local explain what references are being made by the various ninots. If you want to see all of the ninots at the Exhibit, you should allow for an entire morning or evening. Some ninots (especailly the bigger ones) form entire scenes. It is common for Falleras Mayores and fallas committee members to bring a ninot home . Some ninots (usually ninots infantiles) consist of a single figure instead of a scene. You can get your tickets for the Ninot Exhibit at the entrance of the Science Museum. Quite often the ninots depict figures and people that participate in fallas, the most common being the fallera. Like the fallas, the ninots are made of painted papier-mâché, polystyrene, and sometimes fabric.. As you can see, some of the ninots are more elaborate than others You’ll find the two types of ninots (mayores and infantiles) in separate sections of the museum. Ninots Infantiles usually depict fictional figures that children are familiar with. Ninots Infantiles will occasionally depict children’s games and even well-known toys. Although some of the ninots are quite big, others will be quite small (no taller than 2 feet). Although you cannot touch the ninots at the Exhibit, you’ll be able to look at them quite closely. The numbers below each ninot are so that you can easily vote for your favourite. The bigger ninots (usually 6 feet tall) are set up on pedestals in the Exhibition gallery. Ninots that are part of a falla mayor will often reference real-life public figures. Although not as oftem as the falleras, falleros are also depicted in various ninots. It is common for ninots to reference political events or the current political climate. Recogida del Ninot FAQs More related activities... Valencia Port Private Segway Tour starstarstarstarstar 24 from 60,00€ E-Scooter Rental for ALL DAY starstarstarstarstar 23 from 40,00€ Valencia Private Half Day Bike Tour starstarstarstarstar 23 from 55,00€ E-Scooter Grand Valencia Private Tour starstarstarstarstar 20 from 65,00€ VIEW ALL You might also be interested in... El Carmen With its narrow cobblestone streets and mediaeval remains, El Carmen is the historical centre of Valencia. Its old houses are painted in the bright colours of urban art, and its streets are buzzing with people, small cafes, artisanal shops, tapas bars, and live-music venues. How to get to Valencia from the Airport Valencia Airport, also known as Manises Airport, is the second-largest airport in the region after Alicante. The airport is only 8 km west of Valencia, making it the closest to the city centre. Church of Saint Nicholas of Bari and Saint Peter Martyr A Church whose history spans almost 15 centuries, a site of many faces and even more stories, hidden among the houses and buildings of the Carme neighbourhood in Valencia. Local customs in Valencia Shared meals, laughter, and fireworks: the most beloved traditions in Valencia Fallas calendar 2023 A complete programme of every event in Fallas 2023, from February to the 19th of March Ofrenda de Flores Falleras and falleros flock to Plaça de la Mare de Déu in Valencia for a spectacular flower offering to the Patron Saint of the city, the Virgin of the Forsaken.