Acebrón Visitor Center
Old house-palace, built in the second half of the twentieth century and has subsequently been adapted for the dissemination and knowledge of the ethnographic heritage of the Doñana National Park.
The Doñana and Man exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to learn about various aspects and peculiarities of the relationship between the local people and their natural environment. It shows how their huts were, built from vegetable elements of the environment, to the hierarchical organization of the family; it delves into the hard life in the marshes and the traditional trades that were developed there, such as hunting, fishing and livestock.
The exhibit also deals with the current evolution of other uses such as strawberry planting, tourism or hospitality. Of course, deep-rooted traditions such as the Saca de las Yeguas or the world-famous Romería del Rocío are not forgotten.
LOCATION AND OPENING HOURS
How to arrive
From the A-483 road, take the exit that indicates La Rocina and El Acebrón. Once past the La Rocina visitor center, continue for seven kilometers along the H-9023 until you reach the Acebrón Palace car park.
INFORMATION OF INTEREST
Dress CodeFacing COVID19, keep your social distance and wear a mask, avoid crowds and contact with surfaces, wash your hands frequently, use hydro alcoholic gel and consult the available digital materials. Take care of your health and of the others.
IncludedAparcamientoAseosExposiciónSalud y bienestar
Not IncludedAction and adventureAlojamientoEntradas al museoMultipurpose roomPicnic areaRestaurantTypical souvenirVisits inside the park