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Casa / Museo Cesar Manrique

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Steve-and-Andie wrote a review Mar 2020
Lancaster, United Kingdom2 907 contributions372 helpful votes
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If you follow Cesar Manrique, this will be the holy grail, for others it’s some blokes house dating back to the 60’s/70’s. Well kept both inside and out along with the large artists studio, I don’t think it warrants the €10 entrance fee. No car park here, just parking along the roadside if you can find a space.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Max B wrote a review Mar 2020
Hatton, United Kingdom196 contributions80 helpful votes
Definitely one of the highlights of our few days in Lanzarote. Really nice to see how Cesar lived and see his design style and architecture. It’s a good contrast to the foundation which is more like a gallery than a house. This feels more real and is quieter, which makes it more enjoyable. highly recommended.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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DdraigGoch1948 wrote a review Mar 2020
Watford, United Kingdom204 contributions38 helpful votes
Before visiting Lanzarote, we were totally unaware of the influence of Cesar Manrique on the island. His house in haria is an absolute revelation and and an absolute delight - not to be missed. The Audio App was great too.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lew512 wrote a review Feb 2020
Devon, United Kingdom499 contributions78 helpful votes
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First day out to visit this amazing place. So much to see and was well worth the visit. Could not believe the amount of photos and artwork inside this home he engineered into the landscape. Lovely quotes from Cesar around various walls.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Callum wrote a review Feb 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom430 contributions140 helpful votes
Was aware of Manrique’s positive influence on Lanzarote, but not much more. We hired a car in Playa Blanca and took this in as part of a day trip of locations and attractions. I am a bit of an art and architecture philistine, but I loved it here. The integration of Canarian tradition with more modern forms, the large open spaces in the house, bringing the bathrooms in contact with nature, his art studio, the modern artwork (that I’m not always a fan of). I loved it and would recommend to anyone remotely interested in architecture, art and design. The village it is in is also picturesque, worth a wander and a coffee.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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