There are bears lurking in the hills of Santa Barbara above Icod de Los Vinos in the north of Tenerife...
Is it the sign of a good gallery if the security guard’s eyes follow you around the room? In the case of the Museo Municipal De Belles Artes in Santa Cruz it was sadly more down to loneliness, as I was the only visitor for much of my midweek trip.
You don’t know what you’re missing; […]
When you decide to do a feature on Tenerife's top ten museums, you have to ask yourself two questions: Firstly, are there actually 10 museums in Tenerife and secondly, who cares?
What were they thinking of, over 100 complex scientific exhibits and school children were clambering on them, twiddling buttons, playing at astronauts and generally wreaking havoc. Was it the end of the universe as we know it? Well not quite, just another lively hands on, interactive introduction to science at the Museum of Science and […]
You would think that nature would show some respect to a building that celebrates its history in Tenerife, but the half repaired paths, fencing and busy workman show that’s not the case. The Museo de la Naturaleza Y El Hombre (Nature and Man) has just reopened after floods coursed down Barranco Santos through Santa Cruz, […]
I was finally able to explore the tantalisingly lovely building that has been under restoration and off-limits for many years and that yesterday was finally opened to the public. Including a permanent exhibition to Chinyero's eruption, it was a tardy but timely finish to the project[...]
In looks terms, the Egyptian pyramids are George Clooney, whereas GÃ¼Ãmar's are Woody Allen "“ not particularly stunning to look at but fascinating nonetheless [...]
Three resin based fibre glass figures perch on a roof unloading half of a real fishing boat embedded in the wall. Fish heads and tails enter [...]