We visited here today having spotted it on a tourist map. The journey by hire car took about fifteen minutes from Costa Teguise and was well worth it. The surroundings are beautiful and the museum very interesting. Loved the house showing what life was like on the island in years gone by.
Visited the museum today and very impressed, it was lovely to wander around and quite large,lots to see but again as with other museums on the island not enough information on different rooms and items on display, i.e. What things were used for and actual history of the buildings, but apart from this it is a delightful place and well... 更多
A fantastic little gem in the countryside. We didn't expect to find this when we paid the entrance 5€ each. Here you can see a farmer house from 1840 with all the typical furniture and utensils. You can also see fantastic small lava stones and how they made wine. In the bodega you can taste wine from the region and... 更多
Thsi is a collection of farm related things reflecting agricultural life in Lanzarote. Some of seems a bit random - in that there arn't many labels - and theer does not seem to be a visitor journey to follow. I agree with others it does look a bit tired, but there it does show waht life on the rural farm... 更多
This establishment has many potentially interesting exhibits, but: It has clearly been neglected for years and it looks like nobody is really interested in making a success of it. It is almost entirely lacking in information. Some of the buildings have name tags, but we are given no information at all about their history, their use, the people who used... 更多
This place give a good idea of how farmers used to live in Lanzarote. Interesting buildings and good view on the local way of life.
A little run down. Only one sail between two windmills! All the upper floors closed. Looks in need of a little TLC. Having visited some years ago and liked it we were disappointed with the ravages of time. Oh and the "working" windmill (one sail) was closed!
This is a farm building maintained as it was when still a working farm just after the second world war, which is essentially how it would have been for decades before that . It really shows you what life would have been like. At the end when having a chance to try the local wine we had the most informative... 更多
We came here on a recommendation from the villa. The place is facinating. Much larger than thought, and not well advertised (surprisingly). Loads to see and full of history. The staff there were amazing and showed us all sorts of history - you just have to speak to them. Free wine tasting and goats cheese. We could t help buy... 更多