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Entrance to this tiny museum is free and well worth your time. The actual museum is very small with a brilliantly informative video showing how the cheese is made. After we visited the museum, we visited the cathedral and then went back to the museum...More
A lovely place to spend
It’s not exactly a museum ( they explain about the cheese making process), it’s more a place to taste the cheese ( 4 euro a plate with cheese and glass of wine)
And of course to buy cheese and wine...More
The staff were very knowledgeable and lovely. Amazing cheese and wine, interesting museum. They catered for our large group of various ages including children. Also, great value for money. Would definitely recommend!
A few small rooms make up this cute wine and cheese shop museum that is followed by your choice of wine type and a plate of different cheeses to try. The employee who explained everything to me was extremely knowledgeable. An overall great experience!
Absolute treasure of a shop. In addition to all that has been said, the place sells local wines and yummy pots of preserves. Buy a bottle to take home and enjoy later. Wine is reasonably priced as well!
Got to experience amazing cheese and beer from people who really know what they’re talking about and love what they do. I highly recommend swinging by here as a way to sit, relax, and have some awesome cheese at the end of a good day...More
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Teresa G, Propietario at MQM Museo del Queso Manchego Toledo, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2018
Muchas gracias Dann, por tus palabras hacía nosotros.
Hasta la próxima!
Walked in by chance on a thursday later afternoon. A very friendly lady explained that it was a museum about Manchego cheese and local products. Short visit, and next a personal explanation about the wine and different ages of chees we go to tast (4...More
We made our last stop here though admittedly we ended up rushing which was a shame (entirely our fault though as we had a coach to catch). Despite this, the owners were very accommodating! Give yourself a good 30min plus to fully enjoy!