The Museum of Ibero-American Craftsmanship is hosted by the former Convent of Santo Domingo, and it focuses on the display of craftsmanship items, ranging from musical instruments to ceramics, glasswork items, as well sundry types of cloth. It too is located in La Orotava, one of the municipalities amassing the greatest amount of edifices popularizing and preserving the cultural heritage of the Canary Islands, as well as its intersections with other worlds (American, Spanish).

Museum of Ibero-American Craftsmanship (Museo de Artesania Iberoamericana)
34, Calle Tomas Zerolo, 38300, La Orotava, Tenerife, Spain
0034 922 323 376
0023 922 335 811
Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday: 8am to 3pm
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