This is a strange but enchanting little museum, created by Cesar Marinique, the island's best artist and sculptor. He has many exhibits, including pottery and strange people, in a series of small rooms. Unusual, but ok.
We drove to this place in the afternoon and visited the museum and stopped for a coffee. The entire place designed by Cesar Manrique to reflect upon the hard working life of the population prior to tourism. The museum offers an exhibition of old agricultural artefacts, and rooms layed out as they might have been in the the past. Free... 更多
We visited museo monumento al Campesino on the way back to Puerto del Carmen from Teguise. It is a free experience through the cultural heritage of Lanzarote. In there you can see old tools used by local paesant for making vines, sewing, and miniature display of Lanzarore Church architecture. You can cover all in 30 minutes and if hungry, nice... 更多
We stopped off here on our way back to Porto del Carman. Worth stopping off here. A quart little museum showing some history of lanzarote. It has a restaurant that serves some great food. It is called Munumento al Campesino because of the great monument to the entrance with was designed by Ceser Manrique.
Stopped here while returning to Puerto Del Carmen from a day out in the hire car. It was on the map so we thought we would stop for a look. Located in the centre of the island, approximately 20 minutes from Puerto Del Carmen heading north. An interesting monument that you can climb up located a short walk from the... 更多
Love mooching around here. View from the monument is fantastic. Don't miss the underground restaurant, just for a look around - amazing!
Located by the Campesino monument. A Manrique exhibition of art and crafts in honour of the countryside and local people in his usual whitewashed style. Free parking, restaurant and clean toilets.
Interesting look at the skills of local crafts people in a farmhouse setting. Potters and basketweavers show off their skills. Also a small museum displaying farm equipment as well as statues. Free to enter. There is a cafe and a restaurant. Just outside is Manrique's Monumento al Campesino, which is made from old boats and water tanks.
We visited this site in September 2015. The little restaurant on site was amazing, we ordered Tapas for around 3.50 - 5euros, but the portions were huge we loved the food but couldn't finish, fantastic value for money. Service was great, very friendly staff. The actual museo was small not too much to see. Well worth a visit