The name of the event derives from Falla, which is an artistic construction made of paper, wood and other combustible materials that represents elements inspired by Valencian current events. They are real monuments, built by local artists during the year; there are two types of flaw, the falla mayor and the falla infantil.

Ninots are also built (two for each falleras commission, one for each type of flaw) or smaller statuettes with human features representing satirical scenes relating to events that occurred in the city. They are exhibited first at the Exposición del Ninot, to allow the public to vote for their favorite, and then - from March 15 - at the foot of the leak.

On the night between 18 and 19 March all the fallas and ninots are burned, with the exception of the Ninot indultat - the one who received the most votes among them - which is saved from the stake and exhibited at the Museo Fallero together with the winners of the editions. previous.

I think this museum is truly unmissable given the importance that the event has for the city of Valencia: it is very interesting to see the evolution of the statues over time. It has been housed since 1971 in the Convento de la Casa Misión de San Vicente de Paúl.