This museum is located in the Casa García Viedma, which dates back to the 18th century. The family owned several houses and large amounts of land on which there were roads, barns and orchards, as well as the homes of their workers. The family’s main income was from their land and livestock.
This ethnographic museum is located in the old part of the house on the site of the former stables and warehouse. It is a spectacular room of enormous dimensions and particularly interesting from an architectural point of view, since you can see the age of the building in its walls.
Domestic objects of all kinds – including slaughtering knives, copper kettles, a stove, a 19th-century radio, and a whole host of personal objects – are on display here. Other interesting pieces include a German gas burner from the Second World War, a collection of clocks and a flag of the court of King Alfonso XIII.