The Banana Museum opened its doors in the year 2004 so as to let our visitors know about the world surrounding the production of this fruit in La Palma: its origin, dietetic qualities, transportation from Canary Islands to the rest of the world, plagues affecting such crop, different types of variations existing therein, collection and packaging process, the history it has been through and several printed data, together with pictures and images of different types, in different information channels.
Equipments and facilities:
In the ground floor, there is a multi-task room and next to the museum, there appears the Plaza del Museo del Plátano Square, in which gardens you may find the different types of banana plants in existence.
- San Miguel Church
- Admiral Díaz Pimienta House
- Massieu House
- Monteverde House
- Old Washing Points
- Escultura del Trabajador (Worker's Sculpture)
- Mojo Museum
- By car:
Times: M-F: 16:00 h - 18:00 h and Saturday: 10:00h - 13:00h
Telephone +34 922.480.803
Call the following number +34 922.480.151 (10:00 h - 13:00 h) to make a reservation for agreed visits.
Tipo de Ingreso
Upon previous ticket presentation:
- Adults: € 2.00 (50 % Discount for Canary Residents)
- Children (6-12 years old): € 1.0 (0-5 years old) Free
Banana tasting is included in the price.