Lenbur breaks with the definition of a museum as a unique space, and proposes a route through different constructions in Legazpi, where we can submerge ourselves in day-to-day life during the 1950s, or discover how the old ironworks used to work.
From the 14th to the 18th Centuries, Legazpi was an important iron producer, with numerous ironworks driven by hydraulic mills. One of these, the Mirandaola, has been reconstructed and is working on Sundays, just like six centuries ago.
Mirandaola ironworks is one of the strong points of this journey through the relations between the Basque man and his environment, as set out in the Lenbur Territory-Museum. Others, set in homesteads, are the Pasturage Eco-Museum, dealing with the elaboration of Idiazabal cheese, and the Bread Corner. Moreover, the "Labour Route" proposes an original trip back to the 1950s, with visits to places such as a classroom, a dwelling and a chapel. The Basque Iron Museum, next to the ironworks, was the last to join the Iron Valley tour.