Basque Cider Museum
All visits to the museum include entrance and tasting. Also, in addition to the regular tour, you can also book special tours, depending on the time of the year. Check COVID-19 prevention and safety measures.
Exhibition and spaces
The museum has three areas to visit: the apple orchard, the interpretation centre, and the tasting area. Visits to the museum are always guided and can be given in Basque, Spanish, English, or French.
Rates and hours
We stay open all year round in the morning and in the afternoon. The tickets include the guided tour and the cider tasting from €3.50 (adults).
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Types of visits
All visits are accompanied by a guide and the content is different if you come by yourself, in a group, with an educational centre, or with your friends from the Euskaltegi.
What to see at Sagardoetxea
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Did you know...
The txalaparta (Basque musical instrument) announced that the apple had just been pressed and invited all those who collaborated in the work to taste the processed wort.
How to get there and access the museum
The museum does not have its own parking, but you can park in the vicinity with ease.
There are access ramps for minibuses and visitors with reduced mobility.