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Museo Etnologico Casa tipica del siglo XVIII

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Life as it was 200 years ago

This small museum - in a 18th century house - gives you an idea of what life was like in Guadalest... read more

Reviewed May 2, 2018
ThomasMeuleman
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Ghent, Belgium
Spanish life from a bygone time

Certainly worth visiting as you walk up the main street, an insight into how hard life in a Spanish... read more

Reviewed March 31, 2018
Michael B
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Brighton, United Kingdom
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Calle iglesia, n 1, Guadalest, Spain
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Reviewed May 20, 2018

It won’t take you long to visit this little museum, but it’s worth popping in if you’re in Guadalest old town. The three storey building is a reconstruction of an 18th century Guadalest farmhouse complete with agricultural equipment and farm utensils. Admission free but donations...More

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Reviewed May 2, 2018

This small museum - in a 18th century house - gives you an idea of what life was like in Guadalest 200 years ago. The museum is free, but if you don't speak Spanish it's somewhat difficult to get a proper idea of what is...More

Thank ThomasMeuleman
Reviewed March 31, 2018 via mobile

Certainly worth visiting as you walk up the main street, an insight into how hard life in a Spanish rural town would have been. Donation suggested.

Thank Michael B
Reviewed March 20, 2018

It gives you the image of past times of hard labor, with instruments for olive oil and cellar with pig for meat and goat for milk, simple and natural. No photos allowed, too bad

Thank RHorea
Reviewed October 28, 2017

To see how they used to live is interesting, you get a guide sheet in your selected language, which explains each area of the house to give you an idea of what life was like back in the day. I do find it interesting to...More

Thank Juprev2606
Reviewed October 5, 2017

Free entry and a lovely little three storey house to walk around. It's so good, you want to pay and are happy to pop money into the donation bowls. There's no pressure to give at all but it's a lovely little place and with a...More

Thank SalsaChickNik
Reviewed October 1, 2017

Free entry, obviously donations when you leave are appreciated. Set over three floors it gives an insight into Spanish life as it was years ago. 20/30 minutes should be enough to take in most of the exhibits. Worth the effort.

Thank Clive R
Reviewed September 5, 2017

Excellently introduces and presents the Spanish way of life and conditions. A lot of samples of typical Spanish household utensils, appliance, work tools, clothing. The olive oil pressure equipment of archaic plant is one of the most interesting and especially educational exhibits. Do not forget...More

Thank Dalmik
Reviewed August 30, 2017 via mobile

We went inside as there was no entrance fee. Quite nice to see how the people lived. Would not pay for it.

Thank Speedje
Reviewed June 11, 2017

An example of a typical original home in this village. About 5 rooms to go through so doesn't take long. The museum is well maintained and is FREE, so please leave a donation for its upkeep.

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