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Stone Miller Museum (Trévago)

The Stone Miller Museum in Trévago gives visitors an insight into the history of making grinding wheels since times of the Celts who once lived here and in the Madero Mountain Range, up to the abandonment of the local quarries at the beginning of the 20th century.

 

In the exhibits you will see several tools that were used in grinding material, making these grinding wheels and working in the quarry. All of these pieces were found in the area over many years.

Besides the exhibits, there are also two A-V rooms that show videos that teach you about the towns that traditionally made grinding wheels, as well as locals who tell their memories of the quarries and the mills in their towns.

 

The museum also has an outdoor exhibit in the Madero Mountain Range, near the town. This place is called “Peña del Mirón” and two of the quarries here have been restored and informative panels have been placed so visitors can imagine in situ a day in the life of a stone cutter. In 2010 and 2011, archaeological campaigns were carried out to recuperate the natural working spaces where local stonecutters have worked over the years, and the Ecomuseum of Stone Millers was created. Nowadays, you can easily visit these quarries and the museum thanks to the road’s good conditions as well as signs that indicate the way.

 

Timetable:

From June to September, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 12:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you would like to visit during the rest of the year, you must call +34 616 538 388 and plan your guided tour, either to the quarry or in the village to see the parochial church, the Muslim watchtower, the Roman bridge, fountain or the Royal Granary.

 

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