Luján House Ethnographic Museum

The museum is located in the well-known Casa Luján (Luján House), a building from the end of the XVII Century and beginnings of the XVIII Century, as an example of the shapes in the traditional household architecture in the Canaries.

The architectonic group is formed by the house itself with a floor plan in ‘L’-shape, and a wide walled patio with a crenulated entrance door.

Inside the museum, some pictures of the daily life are reproduced as it happened in the middle of the XX century, with the basic household tools, old furniture, decorative objects and the ‘mayos’, a kind of rag doll in actual size which are one of the specific element in the festivity of the Holy Cross during the month of May.

There is a handicraft shop and a tasting point for local gastronomy, next to museum.