This museum was opened to the public in 1991 and offers a valuable collection donated by the inhabitants of Ançã.
On the 1st floor we can recall the way our ancestors lived, by visiting the bedroom and the kitchen/living room. The ground floor, once used as the cellar or quarters for animals, is now used for temporary and permanent exhibitions.
Remark: It can be visited under previous reservation at the Ançã Tourism Office.
This is a house from the eighteenth century, bought and restored by the Grupo Típico de Ançã, in 1990.
This is an old house, of popular rectangular shape, with two floors. The upper floor was used as a home and the lower floor was used as a barn or storage room. Access to the upper floor is given my means of a stone staircase.
The building has ancient masonry ashlars, with guillotine windows and wooden doors.