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Ethnographic Museum, Ribeira Brava

(4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Saw a sign and thought, on a rain threatened afternoon that for €3 it was worth a visit. It certainly was. It gave a fascinating insight into life on this island, its agriculture, fishing wine product...  more »
  • This museum is located in the space of an old mill, near the plaza of the municipality of Ribeira Brava. It is a space that shows several rooms elements and tools specific to the activities of daily life on the island of Madeira. Displays toys, fishing tools, implements of agriculture, textile tools, Wicker cestos-trineo, trucks, kitchen utensils and things as well. It is very well organized and is a visit that is not heavy and that puts us against the way of life that was until tourism came to the island, which is not different from how he lived in more remote areas. It is a highly recommended visit, carrying little more than one hour to see everything in detail. The Museum staff was especially friendly and sometimes explained the functioning of the parts which are exposed there, since they lack posters that explain how exactly used to us.
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  • Very interesting: bathrooms on fishing, weaving, the life of the Madeirans, their interior. Very nice throughout the visit, there is always someone to give us details.
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