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The Pyramids of Güímar Admission Ticket, Tenerife

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Duration

    Varies

  • Start time

    9:30am

  • Meeting Point

    Make your way to Calle Chacona, s/n - 38500 - GUIMAR - ES

  • Ending Point

    Same as starting point

Key Highlights

  • Discover the history and botany of Tenerife at the pyramid complex of Guimar
  • Explore the museum, visit exhibitions and the outdoor routes
  • Enjoy an insight into the volcanoes of the island on the outdoor trails
  • Discover over 20,000 m2 of parkland of the Pyramids of Güímar Ethnographic Park
  • Upgrade to a “Plants and Poisons” ticket and know more about the world's most famous poisons and poisoners

Overview

The Ethnographic Park Pirámides de Güímar was founded in 1998 by the renowned Norwegian researcher Thor Heyerdahl. Throughout more than 64.000m2 you can discover the pyramid complex, a museum, an auditorium, several outdoor routes, large garden areas and much more.

The Casa Chacona Museum is found on the ground floor of a nineteenth century house. 

Outdoor Routes 

Botanical Route 

The Canary Islands have a high proportion of endemic species and plant communities that live only in the islands or are shared with other Atlantic islands.

Exportation Products Route 

The Exportation Products Route concentrates on the main products which have been exported from the Canary Islands since the time of the Spanish conquest, such as sugar cane, wine, cochineal, bananas or tomatoes.

Cultural Route 

The Cultural Route comprises a new outdoor route, which offers information on many aspects of the culture, history and ethnography of the Canary Islands, during the 500 years since the conquest.

Volcanic Route 

This new route explains the volcanic origin of the archipelago, showing the geologic formation of the Canary.

The exhibition 'Colonizing Polynesia 

Rapa Nui 

Extreme survival ' brings together two great exhibits dedicated to the navigation and discovery of the Pacific Islands, culminating in the history of Easter Island.

Poison Garden 

This interesting natural scene, beside the park's footpaths, is unusual in that it houses over seventy poisonous plant species from around the world.

The sustainable Garden 

Developed in collaboration with the University of La Laguna is an attractive space that reproduces throughout 1,000m2 a typical Canarian ravine, with flowing water and the characteristic plant species found in these environments. Also, specimens of the European eel have been introduced, since it is the only freshwater fish present in the islands.

Inclusions

  • Entrance Ticket

Exclusions

  • Transportation to the park

Please note

Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.

Please make sure that you pick the correct rate for where you reside.

Voucher valid for the date of service only.

Remember to bring the voucher and valid photo ID with you

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