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Ethnographic Museum of Zerain

The Ethnographic Museum tries to be an exponent of the evolution of Zerain's lifestyle. Different sections exhibit utensils, furniture, tools, handicrafts, etc. that reflect the town's history.

 

Visitors can admire more than 200 items that give evidence of the survival process that has undergone Zerain throughout history, from the time the residents were devoted to agriculture and shepherding, going through the mining period to the present day. 

 

The museum dates from 1993 and is the result of the voluntary effort of a group of youths helped by an ethnologist. 

 

Collections: More than 200 objects donated by the residents of Zerain. 

 

Permanent exhibitions: The collection is divided in 12 sections where exhibits are grouped into specific themes: games, agricultural implements, pottery, home, etc. Back projection.

 


Services: Bar/Coffee bar / Parking / Conference Hall / Video rooms / Shops / Guided visit

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Address:

Herriko Plaza, s/n  - 20214  Zerain

Phone:   +34 943 801 505Phone:  

+34 943 801 505

Opening hours:

Ethnographic Museum

Sat - Sun: 11:00-14:00 and 16:00-19:00
Mon - Fri: 10:30-13:30 and 15:30-18:30
Interpretation Center: Wednesday to Sunday: 11:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 19:00. Aside from visits by appointment, weekends and holidays at 12:00 a guided visit takes place.

No. of rooms:

3

Capacity:

40