Traditional farming house in Galindo y Perahuy
The pens and tenadas (huts to shelter flocks of sheep during the night) adjacent to a modern restaurant host a major collection of ethnographic objects placed in context. We are talking about the past world of reapers, farmhands, shepherds and farmers, or the world of the harvest and the threshing, an activity that is yearly displayed together with this permanent exhibition.
Farming and livestock tools are the protagonists of this collection, placed in contextualised environments such as the forge, the troughs and the baking oven.
The ensemble has a large inner courtyard dominated by an imposing cattle crush.