In 2009, a former farm building that was used as a chicken coop was converted into the Museo de Aperos de Labranza, or Museum of Farm Implements, in Castilleja del Campo. The couple José Moreno and María Zaragoza, and their son, are behind this initiative. The Moreno-Zaragoza family’s private collection of over 2000 farm implements and antique items were collected over the years by the owners. This treasure-trove opens a window into our region’s past.
All visits must be booked in advance by telephone.