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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
The museum feels very genuine since they still have goats (adorable ones), dromedaries and many chickens the run around and the farm has been/is used for real. It gives an interesting and informative look into Lanzarotes history and agriculture. Very peaceful and genuine place in general.
We saw this great museum on our way to Playa Famara, decided to have a look. It's really relaxed museum, showing you how did people live on this island before all the tourism started. Amazing to see how people grow crops on this soil! They also have some farm animals, we saw a baby goat that just an hour old,... 更多
Had the feel of a large farm converted into a museum .... perhaps it is. Fascinating place, part of the museum had info in English, but part didn't. Glass of wine (very nice) and nibbles included in the entry fee. Worth an hour or so's visit if you're in the area.
beautiful location, very detailed to learn about the life of Lanzarote farmers. Staff very friendly, always interest in answering your questions. We spent hours here, so relaxing and beautiful
Apart from being a lovely placed to view the island from, it's fields, beaches and mountainous ridges this museum is a lovely placed to visit for anyone interested in history, agriculture, wine, technology or cacti. The farm must have been a bustling place at one time with a chapel, bodega, several mills, wine cellars, wells and buildings large and small.... 更多
A gem of a museum. The poetic approach to the information is something I've not seen before. A good mix of agriculture, history, natural history, viticulture and ethnography. Deserves to be better frequented.