Here you can take walks along pathways through the community and taste typical dishes at their restaurant. Visit the eco-touristic center, Siñaw Kuatay, rural tourism of the ethnic kumiai group. At this museum you’ll learn about their historic and cultural aspects.
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MUSEO COMUNITARIO RUSO
This Community Museum is the home of the Samarin family, one of the many families to arrive at Valle de Guadalupe in 1905. Inside you’ll find photographs, tools, objects and a small explanation of Russian history.
MUSEO DE LA VID Y EL VINO
It’s a cultural space and diffusion of the regional wine-growing culture. At the main exhibition lounges they have they origins o the first wine products, evolution, elaboration process and different visions and artistic expressions at the art and wine gallery.
This museum also has spacious salons where you can host events with capacities of up to 450 people, thematic gardens with agricultural touches and an outdoor theatre.
MUSEO COMUNITARIO DEL INAH
Here the Kumiai culture and heritance is highlighted, as well as the influence of Russian immigrants on this region. The objective of this museum is to narrate regional history through the voice of key characters and specific historic moments, with the finality of providing awareness to the community and visitors in general, over the importance of Valle de Guadalupe through time. They have tours of their 6 lounges.