Raisin growing has been very important in this municipality so if you visit Almachar you should not miss the Raisin Museum to know more about the place and its history.
The museum, located inside a typical andalusian two floor home, shows how it was the raisin industry process in the early twentieth century.
Main floor shows a typical kitchen in Almachar and tools used for growing the raising.
Top floor make the visitor able to understand how it was the simple and rustic life in those days. There is a bedroom and typical items used daily.
Visiting the Raisin Museum in Almachar will make you feel travelling back in time.
Opening time and museum price
Entrance to the museum is free actually but you must confirm the visit with the Townhall by phone: +34 952 51 20 02
Opening time: Open on weekends from 11am to 12am and from 4pm to 6pm
On Sundays it only opens in the morning.
Other places you should not miss in Almachar
If you visit this white village you should not miss also two other main tourist attractions:
- Calle de la Cabra (typical white village street)
- Parroquia de San Mateo (religious building)
Where is the Raising Museum and how to get there
Almachar is located approximately at 25 kilometers from Malaga city and at a height of 230 meters above the sea level.
If you want to know more about this typical Andalusian village we recommend to visit our guide about Almachar.
Located at: Plaza Santo Cristo, 5
29718 Almachar, Málaga Province