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From olive to wine pressing and domestic items from rural areas this is really a fascinating place of about 10 rooms. It’s really cheap at a Euro but I would rather have paid twice that to get English translation of the description boards.
Visited on suggestion of Salvador in the archive office. Small entrance opens to large warren of walkways displaying replica rooms, places of work and homesteads furnished with actual antiques, restored, repaired and otherwise saved items. Although some display cards are in Spanish you can ask...More
This museum is a fascinating insight into a lost rural way of life. From the old olive presses to a reconstructed bedroom and kitchen to woven baskets and individual written testaments describing a year in the rural life. All is brought together as a story...More
We enjoyed a relaxing visit to this museum one afternoon in December. Its not too big either so children shouldn´t get bored. An excellent and well presented display of olden day farming equipment as well as a typical Spanish home from that period. The people...More
Only 1 euro donation and what a delightful place to visit !
It certainly captures the Mijas of yesteryears with a comprehensive collection of farm tools, fishing equipment and rooms recreating an old bakery and kitchen to name but a few.
Most interesting was the...More
Being in Mijas this small museum about old times in Spain is well worth a short visit.
We just happened to pass by and paid 1 Euro each for entrance.
We spent about 30 minutes looking at the vaious exhibitions on both floors.