The Agriculture Museum El Patio islocated in Tiagua, Lanzarote's oldest and largest agricultural holding. It is the house of a farmer from the year 1845, in which the Lanzarote wine (malvasia, red wine, muscat) is made and bottled, as well as a traditional goat cheese. In El Patio, the local cultivation (fruits, cereals, tomatoes) continues, as well as the breeding of farm animals in a landscape worthy of the integration of man and nature. In the ethnographic center, constituted in 1994, you can observe materials very well organized and with an explanation of how lived in the hardest times for the peasants. The photograph also accompanies the testimony of these volcanic lands. You can do a tour through the paths of the farm, which when finished, will be like having walked through time.
The Agricultural Museum is a sample of the history of the peasants of Lanzarote, located a few kilometers from the Monumento al Campesino (Monument to the Peasant).