The museum is located in the very home in which the writer Perez Galdos was born and lived until 1862. The museum features a cultural value which does not confine to its reference to the name of this literate, but it stands out as a notable edifice by force of its representing a sample of the 17th century architecture.
The Mother Church of San Juan Bautista is often referred to by the locals as the cathedral of Arucas, despite the fact it does not enjoy this statute.
Located in close proximity to Maspalomas, Mundo Aborigen provides an interactive insight into the way the ancient inhabitant of Gran Canaria used to live.
The Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art offers visitors an encounter with how sacred art materialized in Gran Canaria. It is located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria