Ethnographic Museum of Dairy

The Ethnographic Museum of Dairy is a museum in the village of La Foz, Morcín, Asturias, Spain. Founded in 1993, the museum collects, studies and publicizes the various aspects of science and technology of milk and dairy derivatives, as well as traditional agricultural practices and customs. Containing more than 500 display pieces, the museum is divided into four thematic sections: livestock, milk, butter, and cheese. Its facilities include an audio-visual room, a specialized library and a documentary archive.[1] The museum also has a reproduction of a blue cheese maturation cave. A member of the Ethnographic Museums Network of Asturias, it is open seven days a week.

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  1. ^ "Museo Etnográfico de la Lechería en Morcín, Asturias". queseros.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 28 December 2010.