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Come and discover the only museum in Europe dedicated exclusively to the importance of the banana cultivation. It is placed in a two story traditional canarian house and a tasting of typical products is included in the price. Guided visits are...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Camino San Antonio, El Charco, 37880 Tazacorte, La Palma, Spain
Visited the banana museum as bananas are a very bit part of La Palma. Well kept and very interesting little museum and at a cost of only €2 it’s well worth a visit. I bought a bag of the dried bananas which were delicious!
There is parking (down a steep road) quite close to the museum housed in a quaint building (timber balconies and beams) and entrance fee is only 2euros. The senor on duty at reception is very pleasant and helpful. A range of excellent local products, reasonably...More
Small local museums dedicated to one subject are often the best. Here everything that needs to be told about bananas and the industry on the islands is shown in fascinating detail without wearying the visitor. Details of history, cultivation and industry and impact on the...More
I wouldn't travel to Tazacorte specially for this museum but if based there it is well worth a visit and at two euros it is good value for money. The info about banana plants, their lifecycle, production and export is laid out in huge detail...More