Famous Museums in Lanzarote

The museums in Lanzarote give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Lanzarote with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Lanzarote. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Lanzarote.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Lanzarote.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Lanzarote:

  1. Museo Atlantico

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    Museo Atlantico

    Specialty Museum, Sculpture

    Europe’s very first underwater museum, Museo Atlantico, also known as Museo Atlantico Lanzarote opened up off the Spanish waters of Lanzarote on 10th of January 2017. This speciality underwater museum is the fantastic brain-child of British sculptor Jason deCaires Tayor. The museum exhibits excellent installations that speak about ocean conservation, marine conservation and the human...Read more
  2. Lagomar Museum

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    Lagomar Museum

    Bar, Art Gallery, Museum, Outdoors

    Nestled into the hillside in Nazaret, the Lagomar is a museum, art gallery, bar and restaurant. It was opened to the public in the year 1997. Legend goes that this heavenly place once belonged to actor Omar Sharif. He fell in love with the house so much (while filming in Lanzarote) that he purchased it. However, Sharif was the owner for less than a day! Because, he lost it to the Nazaret Oasis'...Read more
  3. Casa Museo Y Monumento Al Campesino

    Museum, Outdoors, Observatory, Adventure

    The Casa Museo y Monumento al Campesino museum and monument were built to immortalize the hardwork of Lanzarote’s rural community whose efforts changed a barren land into a fertile one and thus farming and agriculture grew in the area. The monument one can see at the museum is dedicated to Fertility and was created by César Manrique with water tanks of old fishing boats. On display...Read more