Museum and wood-fired bread of Taberno.

The Museum of the Field of Taberno or ethnological museum was created in 1998 with the objective of recovering and preserving all those objects that during the last two centuries were used by our ancestors; such as work tools, machinery, utensils, etc. This museum is created thanks to the collaboration of the residents of the municipality who give most of the objects to public use, currently counting with more than 2000 objects.

All this makes us preserve the history and customs of our ancestors in order to be able to transmit to future generations this legacy, this great ethnological richness.

A visit to the Taberno museum can take you back in time. Enveloping yourself in the mysterious rumor of tradition, embarking on an adventure where you will know the past and its ins and outs.

Walking through Taberno

Come to the Plaza Mayor to see the travertine landmark that marks the beginning point of modernity of Taberno, it is from the beginning of the 20th century. In this same square is the Casino “La Espiga de Oro” where he focused social life in the 30s of the last century. Other representative elements of this town are the Church of San José, the hermitage of Calvary and the old oil mill that operated in the mid-twentieth century, is in perfect condition and allows us to understand how the oil is extracted by hand.

When you pass by the bakery, the stop is mandatory, the smell of wood bread and the delicious cake of pork rinds invade the portal. Finally, you can not leave without trying the goat cheese from La Pastora, an exquisite dish for cheese lovers.

Other options

You can hire the experience “Feel like a Farmer for a day” that in addition to the interpretive visit to Taberno, you will visit a farm, milk a goat, you will know a cheese factory and you can make cheese by hand. To contract this experience you have all the information HERE.

Places to eat: El Rancho Restaurant

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