There are two ways of visiting the CIVIMA Museum:

a) Unguided visit: no previous booking required. The Museum can be visited within its opening hours, buying an entrance ticket.

b) Guided tour: Previous booking required

The CIVIMA Museum (Centro de InterpretaciĆ³n ViƱas de Manilva) has the following exhibitions rooms:

Audiovisual room: Screening of a documentary about the Project and Manilva town.

Viticulture room: Space dedicated to the description, through images and items, of the history of viticulture in Manilva, the different vines, morphology of the plant, traditional labors and equipment used.

Oenology room: Exhibition space dedicated to explaining how we produce wine, comparing the difference between traditional and modern systems.

Grape harvest room and Grape harvest celebrations: We can view the traditional cane "sombrajo", the place where the grapes where processed before taking them to the market. Photographs of different times relating to the celebrations and traditions of the viticulture. Description and use of the raisin dryers, to produce raisins and grapes for the production of sweet wines.

CIVIMA has a room dedicated to temporary cultural exhibitions, where local artists can exhibit their paintings, photographs, ceramic, arts & crafts works or any other cultural activity. It also holds well-known itinerant exhibitions.

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