Send Print
Grado Ethnological Museum
  • 10th May to 19th July:
    Thursday and Friday: 10:00am-2:00pm

    Other dates, group bookings by prior arrangement, by phone: 985 752 277 or email:

    Free admission

Mementos of peasant life in Asturias

Opened in 1982, Grado Ethnographic Museum reflects different aspects of traditional peasant life and culture. The museum occupies an area of ​​500 square metres spread over two floors.

The permanent exhibition is divided into several areas that allow the visitor to learn about the traditional way of life in Asturias.

In the House of Culture, there is a cider press and everything related to cider culture.

  • Bread Culture , with spelt wheat, a threshing mill and water mill.
  • The House, with its kitchen, benches, oven, etc.
  • The Agricultural and Livestock Area: various tools and implements.
  • Traditional Crafts: a forge, basket-making, a carpenter's workbench, etc.

Temporary exhibitions are held every year in the House of Culture, such as "Spelt Wheat in Asturias".

Grado Ethnological Museum