Bit disappointed as this is n9 longer a castle but is an art museum. No access to the roof for views. Toilets are good. Entry fee is €4.
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We accidently came across this castle and thought it would be a nice walk around it. Our visitation was very short as they were closed at the time we were there, and I must say that the surrounding area was pretty empty too. Perhaps this...More
As the Spanish moved to conquer the world Las Palmas was where they established their first base the fortress, the Castillo de la Lux. Now restored it houses the permanent collection of the work the Canarian Sculptor Martín Chirino. His work which spans seven decades...More
Visited expecting to see a historic castle with artefacts etc. All you get is a an art gallery of one sculptor, if you like ironwork this could be for you, castle now surrounded ny it in fence. Contrary to what others have said, you are...More
We hadn't realised until buying a ticket that this is now an art gallery, within an old castle. We were warned before handing over our money, so I suspect this happens a lot! It's beautifully finished inside, and a refreshing change from the rest of...More
It was OK but the cast iron sculpture was all a bit samey. No great views of teh city which is what I expected and thought the signage suggested.
We had trouble finding this place but once we did it was worth it. It was a great mix of modern art and the history of the castle. It is smart phone interactive giving you as much information on the art and the history of...More
May be not easy to find, but once there, you will have a marvellous example of a Perfect resturation. Most of the Castle is used as art Exhibitions. Youhave to pay a small entrance fee.
Not worth going in. Inside is a gutted shell. You could not go up to the top of the walls, the sculpture exhibition was spread out thinly and was mostly empty space