Museo de Etnografia

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Mike D
Birmingham, UK13 contributions
Great little place.
Oct 2019
A great little museum at three euros entrance fee.
Well worth a visit especially if you are doing the river trial walk
Written November 4, 2019
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sdwilliams49
Washington, UK142 contributions
A peek into the past
Oct 2019
Called into the museum whilst we were up visiting the church and glad we did found it very interesting just how life was for people in the early days and looking at it it wasn't an easy life, it really makes you think how good we have things nowadays. Its well worth paying the small entrance fee knowing that it goes to help keep this small bit of history alive for future generations.
Written October 25, 2019
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SpeedyGav
Leicester, UK33 contributions
Small & quirky, worth a brief visit
Oct 2019 • Family
A quirky small ethnographic museum (an old Ibizan farmhouse), worth a short visit on way up the hill to the church on top. Nice to cool down inside after the hot climb. Tough to reach with pushchair / wheelchair, steep slope up and lots of steps elsewhere. Entry was €3 per adult (children free). Main room interesting (but don't try on the hats or you'll get shouted at!), there's an old kitchen and 'wine cave' and oil press all very interesting. Upstairs costume exhibition and bed room. Information boards in most rooms in multiple languages was an additional bonus.
Written October 17, 2019
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robin d
Poulton Le Fylde, UK351 contributions
Worth the walk.
Sep 2019
On the way up (or preferably down) the hill to/from the beautiful Puig de Missa is this small but perfectly formed museum tracing the history of Ibiza and its fellow Balearic islands. There are costumes through the ages, an insight into olive oil making, art works and artefacts - and everything displayed in an interesting soundbite kind of way. Good accompanying film too. A working knowledge of the language might be useful but isn't actually necessary. There's a small admission charge.
Written October 16, 2019
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r0landbrunner
Zurich, Switzerland1,647 contributions
next to the church
May 2019 • Couples
this small Ethnographic Museum is located on Puig de Missa, next to the beautiful church on the hill above the city. the collection is not all too exiting, but the building is nice and it offers some nice views on the city from here. so when visiting the church (a must), then it is also well worth to stop here for a short while.
Written May 5, 2019
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clickawick
Southampton, UK100 contributions
Fascinating insight into life
Sep 2017 • Couples
We nearly missed this which would have been a real pity because it was fascinating - recreated casement, fitted out, info boards (assorted languages), olive press and videos to show how (though need to be lucky you don’t watch a boring bit -needs editing), and excellent value at 3euros.
Written September 22, 2017
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mona4042016
Belfast, UK8 contributions
You must pay!
Aug 2017 • Couples
Stepped inside at 1.35pm on a weekday and first words from sole member of staff behind desk: "You must pay (€3 per person)!" Main chamber offered fascinating insight to caulker's role in area's maritime tradition with assorted tools of the trade on display to enhance understanding. Old kitchen provided food for thought with space used to maximum effect. The information boards are an excellent aid too. Next up was wine making rustic style via an authentic and engaging display. Upstairs to the costume exhibition and then back to a compact art gallery which led on to the olive oil element of the experience, or did it? At this point was asked to leave because the museum was closing at 2.00pm. An earlier glance at the visitor numbers indicated we may have been third and fourth that day. An incredulous "cerrado?" from author drew a "yes" and valedictory "have a nice day" from young curator. Perhaps time to revisit opening/ closing policy at height of summer.
Written September 5, 2017
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Natalia1806
Liverpool, UK26 contributions
Fascinating
Jul 2017 • Couples
We really enjoyed this insight into how people used to live on the island. There was a detailed video of how an olive press worked which was intriguing and I was impressed at the ingenuity of people back then. It made us appreciate modern conveniences like electricity. We came away thoughtful.
Written August 21, 2017
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wunnus
Suffolk, UK67 contributions
Not sure what they intended
Jun 2017 • Solo
OK we see traditional costume and the workings of a mill. There were some interaction via the display boards. But it was very 2D and I gained more ideas about how the local population fitted in from the displays at the nearby mill. There was an entry charge..hmm
Written July 12, 2017
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Karnymck
41 contributions
Interesting visit
Jun 2017 • Couples
Visited here as we had came up to see the church, worth it. Displays are interesting and enjoyable. Great to see a bit of the history of Ibiza and it's people.
Written June 9, 2017
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