Would you like to travel back in time? You can do that at Lanzarote at its El Patio Agricultural Museum. It is a place that has survived the passing of time and is still rooted in 1845. It is the house of a typical country worker from Lanzarote situated in the island’s most agricultural area. 

You cannot leave Lanzarote without visiting this spot in Tiagua, where you’ll discover the real essence of the island; nature. You will see how this is applied to the farming way of life of those islanders who live and work here. Discover the culture and traditions of Lanzarote through the tools and customs of its people. 

What to see at the El Patio Agricultural Museum in Tiagua?

This tourist attraction is based in an old farmhouse, exhibiting all types of items that were used by islanders while working in the Lanzarote countryside. 

But the museum goes beyond the house, it is surrounded by a farm where crops are still grown and traditional animals to Lanzarote are still kept, in a setting that binds nature and humanity. 

Ethnographic Museum – El Patio Agricultural Museum 

The museum is an ethnographic centre that brings together the traditions and culture of Lanzarote, on a journey through the last few centuries on the island. You can walk around the museum and delve deeper into Lanzarote’s history. Immerse yourself and enrich your stay on Lanzarote.

Museo Agrícola El Patio
Museo Agrícola El Patio
Museo Agrícola El Patio
Museo Agrícola El Patio

Rates and opening times of the El Patio Agricultural Museum

This tourist attraction is open every day of the week except Sundays. From Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 17:00, with there being reduced opening times on Saturday from 10:00 to 14:30.

In terms of the ticket prices, the El Patio Agricultural Museum offers Lanzarote residents a price of 4 euros with it costing 5 euros for the general public. What are you waiting for? Come and visit this amazing place in Tiagua.

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Eating at El Patio Agricultural Museum

To finish off your visit to the El Patio Agricultural Museum, what better plan is there than heading to its eatery El Bodegón to sample some of the wines bottled here? You can try some Malvasia wine, red wine, or even a Moscatel wine. 

These can all be accompanied by a delicious goats’ cheese on the wonderful open terrace. Sounds good, doesn’t it? Try some local traditional delicacies, and you can even buy some to take home for your friends and family. 

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