Grado Ethnographic Museum
Infoasturias - Juanjo Arrojo
Room in the Grado Ethnographic Museum
Calle Cardosa, s/n
33820 Grado, Asturias (Principality of Asturias)
Created in 1982, this museum is focused on the culture of bread, and particularly emmer wheat, which was a staple cereal in the central and western parts of Asturias until the early 20th century. It thus covers the culture of central-western Asturias, an area which is famous for its food and agricultural products (tocinillo de cielo (an egg-based sweet desert), afuega'l pitu cheese, emmer bread and garden produce), as well as for its well-attended markets and fairs.
- Designation: Local museum
- Content: Popular arts and traditions
WednesdayFrom 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
By prior appointment.
- Admission free