About Tenerife Archaeological Museum
The Tenerife Archaeological Museum (Museo Arqueologico de Tenerife) contains archaeological finds from around the Canary Islands.
Tenerife Archaeological Museum history
Located in the historic quarter of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, MUNA – The Museum of Nature and Archaeology occupies the old Nuestra Señora de los Desamparados Civilian Hospital. This beautiful 18th-century property is the perfect setting for immersing yourself in the natural and archaeological heritage of Canary Islands. The permanent exhibition is divided into Archaeology and Natural Sciences, with numerous displays and panels designed for the whole family to enjoy.
Tenerife Archaeological Museum today
Tenerife Archaeological Museum houses a comprehensive exhibition on the Guanches, the prehistoric to ancient inhabitants of these islands. From pottery to utensils and even mummies, the Tenerife Archaeological Museum has a range of artefacts of the Guanches.
Getting to Tenerife Archaeological Museum
The address of the museum is Calle Fuente Morales, s/n. 38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife. Located in the Canary Islands (the southernmost point of Europe), there are many flights daily that connect the islands to most of the EU countries and Russia within a few hours.
The closest airport is Tenerife Norte Airport. The site is roughly a 20 minute drive away.