The Canary Museum has programmed a series of extraordinary guided tours on the occasion of International Women's Day, that is commemorated on March 8, and that in this historical center will begin to be held from this Sunday, March 3, and will continue until next March 13.
The first of the activities is a family visit that, with the title Among indigenous women, will tour the halls of El Museo on March 3, at 12 noon, focusing on the role represented by women in pre-Hispanic Gran Canaria. This visit is especially recommended for children from 7 to 12 years old, who must attend accompanied by an adult.
The second visit, on March 7 at 6:00 pm, will focus on five archaeological pieces and documentaries to illustrate gender relations at different times in history, from the hand of different professionals of the institution.
Finally, on March 13, at 5:00 p.m., the photographer and visual artist Francesca Phillips will offer a guided tour of her exhibition The Search for Ancestral Faces, based on recreations of faces from the skulls of ancient Canaries that the museum guards, and which is exhibited in its auditorium until next March 31.
In all cases, the entry will be free and free, prior registration through the website of The Canary Museum.