Guided tours

Information of Interest - COVID19 measures
Intended Audience and Number of Participants
The general public. A minimum of 10 and a maximum of 30 persons per group (the visit can be made in more than one group).
One hour.
Visiting Hours and Workshops
Morning: Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Afternoons: Tuesday to Thursday, 4 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.  
Prior appointment required.
Free activity
Derivative sizes of it COVID - 19
Is obligatory the use of it mask.
The museum will have of gel hydroalcoholic for the room of workshops.
The museum will increase, besides, the cleanup for the daily disinfection of the rooms.
It is necessary to maintain the distance of interpersonal security (1,5 metres).
It is necessary to maintain the distance with regard to the exposed objects (1,5 metres)
It recommends the previous discharge of materials and informative sheets (Link GUIDE).

Telephone:  963 883 578 ‒ Fax: 963 883 632

Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. /

They provide the opportunity to get to know the l'ETNO. Museu Valencià d'Etnologia through explanations given by the museum's technical staff.

It is not easy to be Valencian
Every cultural identity, like yours as well, is subject to contradictions, tensions and a lack of unanimity. Sorne people see cultural identities as something positive while others hate them; sorne only defend their own cultural identity, based on exclusive assumptions, when others stand up far multiculturalism. What seems clear is that cultural identity is far from being a static and closed con­cept. lt is in constant evolution, in a permanent dialogue between different sensibilities present in society. 
You are at L'ETNO, a museum whose mission is to collect, research and communicate everything rela­ted to the traditional and popular Valencian culture. As it happens in every culture, the Valencian people are facing a future with an indefinite cultural identity. Their identity is constantly swinging between two opposing forces, the current reality of a cultur-ally homogeneous world and the desire of keeping their own customs and traditions, which root them to a territory and a collective. 
We propase you to reflect on sorne of these issues, fram­ing them into the Valencian society from the end of the pre-industrial era to our time. The exhibition is organised in three different areas, and in each of them one particu­lar issue is discussed; in the city, the exhibition presents issues related to tensions between global and local; in the irrigated farmland and the marshland you will find sorne stereotypes related to the Valencian culture; the space dedicated to the drylands and mountains is devoted to showing sorne of the not often very well-known aspects of the Valencian inland territory.

This tor can also be supplemented with guided visits to the temporary exhibitions offered by the museum at any time.

Visit free