If you’re spending the day in the Valle de Guadalupe, Guadalupe Valley, and want to learn more about the valley and the wine making process (or you’re looking for a non-drinking activity between visiting all of the wineries), don’t miss the new wine museum, el Museo de la Vid y el Vino.
Tickets are $50 MN pesos (about $4 USD) per person. The entire museum is in Spanish, but if you aren’t confident in Spanish, they’ll give you a free guide who will walk you through the museum in English.
It’s a beautiful museum with exhibits that explain the origin of wine, the history of the Valle de Guadalupe and the wine making process. They also have a rotating art collection from local artists.
On Saturdays during the summer they have a local featured winery that does wine tastings outside on the patio. There’s also an outdoor amphitheater where they hold concerts on occasion, as well as a large ballroom upstairs with sweeping views of the valley.
If you go:
Open Tuesday through Sunday from 9am-5pm. Closed Mondays
Tickets: $50 MN pesos (about $4 USD). Children under 12 are free.
Museo de la Vid y el Vino
Carr. Fed. Tecate-Ensenada
KM 81.3371 Fracc. Norte
Valle de Guadalupe
Ensenada, B.C., México
GPS: 32.070775, -116.585952