We had trouble finding this place but once we did it was worth it. It was a great mix of modern art and the history of the castle. It is smart phone interactive giving you as much information on the art and the history of the castle as you want. Unfortunately there is no access to the battlements. There is... 更多
May be not easy to find, but once there, you will have a marvellous example of a Perfect resturation. Most of the Castle is used as art Exhibitions. Youhave to pay a small entrance fee.
Rather small fortress that we stumbled across while walking along the port area! It has been renovated inside and is really a permanent exhibition of metal sculptures and pictures. If you are expecting a historical castle with original castle content you will be disappointed. But if you appreciate art you will be pleasantly surprised as I was. There is a... 更多
Well, haven't been inside as it is mainly closed for private visitors. But it's castle near the port. If you have seen big and nice castles in Europe, this will not astonish you. But, hey, you are here - pass by and check it out.
Cost 4 euros to enter included for free was a series of photos/atefacts of Las Palmas native, Martín Chirino. An OK place to visit, nothing really special there was a nice café outside which was close to the bus stops.
This is a must see if you are an art lover with a keen appreciation of modern sculpture. I am not. I found the exhibition a bit tedious. I wanted more information about the history of this small castle. The building has been renovated wonderfully.
The castle has been heavily renovated in order to house a sculpture exhibition. In order to learn more about the castle you seem to need to use the QR codes.