The Museum of old Crafts is the most exciting of museums I have ever visited. It shows not only things, it awakens them to life and thus allows a journey in the past time, a time when life was very different.
Why is it so exciting? The exhibition includes a variety of artisanal activities carried out by volunteers. During our visit, for example, the butter was produced, which could be tasted later. The peasant life became tangible and explained very effectively. People of different ages are involved, some since the museum was created there, in the early years of 1980.
You should take your time if you want to watch and participate in all the workshops. The museum is open every afternoon from 2pm to 6pm and costs 5 euros per person. This year, you are even offered a Pass’musée, which offers a reduction of 1 euro per person for the visit of the 5 5 museums of the peninsula.
Overall a great experience for the big and small.
Editor’s note: notice deposited on August 2 by a German-speaking visitor