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Museo Agricola el Patio

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AuntieGina wrote a review Feb 2020
Barnstaple, United Kingdom15 contributions26 helpful votes
Very disappointing. Obviously money has been spent recently making the buildings look better but absolutely no information on agriculture, just a few old tools and contraptions, the purpose of which one could only guess and old black and white photos, presumably of farming folk of the island some time ago, maybe thirties and forties, but again no labelling. The gift/souvenir shop had lots of touristy things including jars of local produce such as pesto but was very dusty after the recent sandstorms. Not even the use of the loo was possible as ‘it was being cleaned’. Certainly no animals, no leaflets or labelling, no pictures of produce or crops. A wasted journey on the second time we tried to find it. Amazing scenery though all round the area and well tended plots, so agriculture is actually a thriving part of island life. I hope lots of improvements are planned and we just went before they have been implemented. No cafe, but a large car park.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Carl w wrote a review Dec 2019
Ireland56 contributions26 helpful votes
I always visit this museum when I'm in Lanzarote. It's local, it's quaint, and is great for photos. Good value too at a fiver in. But I always feel a bit sad here because it has so much potential to be an amazing facility if only it was better maintained. There are so many things that could be improved on and so many obvious things that could be simply repaired or sorted out easily and quickly with little effort or expense. It badly needs an injection of enthusiasm and imagination to bring it up to scratch, but is still a lovely place to spend an hour or two in fascinating surroundings.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Dutchy wrote a review Oct 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands309 contributions138 helpful votes
This place gives you a peak into the old country life on the island in a very unpretentious way. A display of the old way of living, tools, grain mills and wine making in a full farm setting. Chickens running free, some goats and even a camel. You can sample wine and cheese in the small bodega. No tour guides, just a small map to explain the various buildings.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Jennie B wrote a review Sep 2019
Bath, United Kingdom20 contributions6 helpful votes
This wonderful museum is well worth visiting. You certainly understand how difficult working the land on Lanzarotte really is.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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woodie49 wrote a review Mar 2019
Brighton, England643 contributions136 helpful votes
Enjoyed wandering round at own pace, then sat and enjoyed a glass of wine, goats cheese and mojo sauce. All of which are available to buy. We'll worth a visit.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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