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The Majorero Cheese Museum stated aim is to make known this product and its elaboration processes, with particular focus on three key elements that have led to its existence: the natural features of Fuerteventura, a livestock culture and cheese...more
Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
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Calle Virgen de Antigua km 20, 35630, Antigua, Fuerteventura, Spain
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Stopped off here while we were exploring the island by car and were surprised.
The museum is split into different areas that explain the cheese making process through videos and exhibits. There is also a section that explains the theory behind the formation of the...More
Its 4 euros to get in and it was quite a bit of fun. It has the cheese museum part where they take you through the process of making their cheese with interactive displays and equipment on display. there is also an interactive part about...More
This is an interesting and well laid out museum, providing a lot of background about the island as well as about its cheese production. We would have liked to have had the opportunity to taste the cheese. The cactus garden was very attractive.
An interesting museum. Well laid out in a wonderful location. The gardens are wonderful. A lot of time has been spent making the museum very nice.the coffee shop is a nice addition but was lacking a little something, maybe more choices of things to eat....More
This place was very pretty, interesting and interactive for the children. We wanted to visit this museum to find out how they used the goats to make cheese on the island. It was informative with interactive screens, there was also a pretend back end of...More
Really well done mini museum, and the staff were very welcoming, even opening the shop during their lunch break so we could buy some cheese!
Lots of interesting facts, and the cafe is very pleasant as well, easily a good spot for lunch.
Next to the Antigua annual craft fair 10 - 13 May 2018 we had time to visit this museum about cheese making in Fuerteventura. There is also a room highlighting how the Canary Island came into existence, flora, animals etc. Lovely garden full of old...More