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All reviews lava bubbles well worth a visit amazing house modern art fascinating place his life house built high rise cactus garden volcanic landscape interesting visit on display great place to visit entrance fee swimming pool gift shop couple of hours
Well laid out and easy to follow - does get busy though and it's hard to linger in the 'lava bubbles' as long as we would have liked - they are amazing. Good exhibition of his collection of modern art plus his own works in...More
We visited the museum as a family of 6 grandparents parents and 13&9yo. We all enjoyed with the exception of our 9yo who didn't appreciate the tour. Maybe not for younger visitors.
It showed a great insight into the artist and his works.
More of an art gallery than a house and suffers by comparison with his house in Haria. Very clever concept and amazingly modern for it’s time but its difficult to imagine anyone living there. The Manrique video is well worth watching but be warned it’s...More
I found my visit to Manrique's Foundation hugely inspiring. One of my highlights on all the Canary Islands. Surely anyone who visits will come away with some home design ideas of their own. None of us possess Manrique's resources but we all have an imagination....More
Visited Fundacion Cèsar Manrique at Tahiche and it is just an amazing piece of architecture built into the volcanic rock by Cèsar Manrique. There are various levels to it with trees growing up through volcanic bubbles. We got there at 10.00 as it opened up...More
There are few areas / rooms that are kinda underground ..the lava rooms; but accessed thru open walk areas & steps. Its not claustrophobic in anyway. Many different areas to see as well as the museum which is very airy.A... More
There are few areas / rooms that are kinda underground ..the lava rooms; but accessed thru open walk areas & steps. Its not claustrophobic in anyway. Many different areas to see as well as the museum which is very airy.A lovely unique place to visit & learn about the man, culture & Lanzarote itself.