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We invite you to learn about the culture of our municipality
Guía de Isora Auditorium
Inaugurated in September 2005, the site corresponds to the location of the old cinema that carried out activities until the 1950s.
Various activities take place here throughout the year, including the Miradas Doc International Festival and performances by the Canary Islands Gospel Festival.
C/ de la Cruz S/N – Guía de Isora (38680)
Manuel Martín González Exhibition
Located on the first floor of the Department of Culture, in the historic centre of Guía de Isora, you can appreciate the pictorial work of this Isorran artist, considered one of the best Canarian landscape painters of national and international prestige.
The exhibition consists of two rooms: the first room contains the advertising work developed by the artist during his stay in Cuba between 1923-1932, while the second room contains a representation of his landscape work.
C/ La Vera, 5 Guía de Isora
From 8 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (winter)
From 8 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (summer)
Juan Évora Ethnographic Museum
The Juan Évora ethnographic museum shows visitors how the last inhabitant of Las Cañadas del Teide National Park lived. It is a small building that has become a place where the way of life of Juan Évora is recovered and which in some way was also the way of life in a period marked by the difficulties of the post-war period.
The visitor can, by means of panels and exhibition material, learn about the most significant aspects related to this protected natural space, as well as delve into the world of shepherding in this area of the summit and other traditions.
Guía de Isora could be considered a museum in general, as it has a wide variety of artistic elements throughout the municipality. From painting and art to history and religion. The area itself as well as the museums are a must for those who want to learn more about the culture and history of this beautiful place.
Highway TF-21, km 53.6, near the Boca Tauce junction (next to intersection of TF-21 and TF-38))
Schedule: From 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Every day of the week
Phone: (+34) 922 92 23 71