Las Fallas is a festival in Valencia that celebrates the arrival of spring. When the festival first began, participants burned parots, wooden pieces used to prop up lights in the winter. Since then, the festival has evolved into a 19-day celebration that includes the burning of ninots indulats. The Fallero Museum is a museum located in Valencia, Spain. This museum displays ninots saved from las Fallas. Visitors can also study the festival’s evolution by seeing how the ninots changed from wax heads with real clothes to the paper-mâché and polystyrene ninots used today.