as Museo de Betancuria, the museum is located
in one of the oldest houses in Betancuria town of
Fuerteventura, on the central eastern part of
the island. Betancuria Museum comprises five rooms
where historical elements that describes very old
facts and the origin of races and cultures. One of
things to do in Fuerteventura.
In the first room, one can find the discoveries made
by the Europeans as they explored the Canary Islands
and Fuerteventura’s natural resources. The room also
contains artifacts belonging to the Mahos that
resided on the island.
The second room has fetish items which were
particular among the indigenous people.
The third and fourth rooms from the entrance contain
fossils and paleontologists that try to explain the
origin of life on the island.
The last room is an ethnographic room where the old
items the people used can be found.
Betancuria Museum Visitor & Tourist Information
Adress : C/ Roberto Roldán, Fuerteventura, Spain
Opening Hours : from Tuesday to Saturday 10am to
5pm; on Sunday from 11am to 2pm
Phone: +34 928 851 400