Language was no problem for us though we do not speak Spanish (have the very basics though). Some things were translated (in English as well), some were monolingual (Spanish). Rich, interesting, various exhibitions, lots of high quality multimedia, an absolute must for museum lovers, good and entertaining educational tool as well. We visited after having explored Tenerife already, was nice to relate information to our experiences, but the museum does not limit itself to Tenerife, it covers all of the Canary islands - from their origin until now.
The visit took us half a day, we also had lunch there. Restaurant is ok, food is fine, but service very slow, plan enough time for that. You can be seated inside and outside. Outside is a closed yard, so smaller children could stroll around a bit while waiting, should make things easier.
Entrance fee is 5 euros for an "adult tourist", they offer discounts for students, seniors, etc.
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