The mission of the Foundation is to ensure the restoration and conservation of the historical and artistic heritage inherited from Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno and its cultural diffusion.
The Foundation has restored the Golfines de Abajo Palace as a Museum, in the city of Cáceres. In addition, the Foundation is also working on the cataloguing and digitisation of their Historical Archive, and a selection of documents is exhibited in one of its rooms.
The Foundation, in collaboration with experts and specialised institutions, works on the cataloguing and restoration of its artistic collection, which is gradually showcased through conferences and exhibitions.
Golfines de Abajo Palace
After several years of work, the Foundation has opened to the public the Golfines de Abajo Palace as a Museum, which is situated in Cáceres. It is a Palace that was started in the 15th century by Alonso Golfín and was completed in the 16th century by his son Sancho de Paredes Golfín, who was the butler of Queen Isabella I of Castile.
The Palace is a museum which recreates a house of the Cáceres aristocracy, with different areas dating from the 14th century to the 20th century. Inside the Palace, the level of conservation of a Hall of Arms or Lineages which was completed in the early 16th century stands out.