Museum of Customs and Traditions
This museum is housed in a restaurant: Caserío de San Benito, a new building made with sixteenth- and seventeenth-century materials from former local noble buildings, such as palaces, manor houses, churches or monasteries.
The museum’s curious collection contains a wide range of objects from different periods: toys, sewing machines, radios, pottery, coffee grinders, photo cameras… items collected for 30 years by the owner of the place, Antonio Galindo.
The focus on local customs makes the museum an intimate place where visitors can take a look at the past to find objects that have been part of their lives, evoking the fondest of memories.
Parking and transport
- Own parking
- Located outside an urban area
- Inland area
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