The entire philosophy of Tanit Ethnographic Museum revolves around the idea the origins of Canarian culture should not be forgotten, but constantly brought to everyone’s attention. Both the place hosting the museum (an old traditional Canarian house) and the rather miscellaneous collection of exhibits displayed here (ceramics, tools, craftsmanship items, clothes) reveal the hidden roots of Canarian culture. Divided into 6 areas (entrance, hermitage, cellar, garden, interior and assembly hall), the museum unveils in sharp detail the past configuration of this unique culture.

Tanit Ethnographic Museum (Museo Etnografico Tanit)
1, C. Constitucion, 35550, San Bartolome, Lanzarote, Spain
0034 928 520 655 / 0034 928 802 549
0034 928 802 549
Opening hours:
daily (except Sundays): 10am to 2pm
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