If you’re spending the day in the Valle de Guadalupe, Guadalupe Valley, and want to learn more about the valley and the wine making process (or you need some time to sober up between wineries), don’t miss the new wine museum, el Museo de la Vid y el Vino.
Tickets are $50 MN pesos (about $4 USD) per person. The entire museum is in Spanish, but if you aren’t confident in Spanish, they’ll give you a free guide who will walk you through the museum in English.
It’s a beautiful museum with exhibits that explain the origin of wine, the history of the Valle de Guadalupe and the wine making process. They also have a rotating art collection from local artists.
On Saturdays during the summer they have a local featured winery that does wine tastings outside on the patio. There’s also an outdoor amphitheater where they hold concerts on occasion, as well as a large ballroom upstairs with sweeping views of the valley.
If you go:
Open Tuesday through Sunday from 9am-5pm. Closed Mondays
Tickets: $50 MN pesos (about $4 USD). Children under 12 are free.
Museo de la Vid y el Vino
Carr. Fed. Tecate-Ensenada
KM 81.3371 Fracc. Norte
Valle de Guadalupe
Ensenada, B.C., México
GPS: 32.070775, -116.585952
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The design of this museum is just darling, inside and out. Thanks for sharing!