Head back to the 1990s at the César Manrique House Museum, where you’ll find a place frozen in time with the personal belongings and rooms where this Canary Island artist spent his final years.
At this attraction you can visit Manrique’s house and discover how this artist, who was so representative of Lanzarote, lived his life. All this in a peaceful and calm setting surrounded by palm trees, the ideal place to spend a holiday afternoon in Lanzarote.
Terraces and studio at the César Manrique House Museum
Inside of the House Museum are two original terraces which lead into the rooms inside the house where Manrique lived. This tourist attraction also allows you to discover first-hand the studio where the artist worked, a place which is cut off from the rest of the house but where you can still find some of the tools he used to create his works.