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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Casa del Carnaval Museum in Santa Cruz de Tenerife Reopens after renewal of exhibits

Casa del Carnaval Musuem in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The Casa del Carnaval (Carnival Museum) in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, reopened its doors on Monday after renewing the content of the permanent exhibition and digital media, updating exhibits to those of the latest edition of the festival. Among the main changes is the exhibition of more of the carnival posters from various years in the reception hall, while in the Permanent Exhibition Hall a new section, called 'Did you know that ...? ', has been added with information of historical and social importance and curiosities.

The Queen's Hall now houses the costume of the Carnival Queen of 2019, accompanied by some of her maids of honour.

Carnival Queen 2019 at the Carnival Main Parade on Tuesday 5 March 2019

Also, on the touch screens located in the different spaces are updated 360 degree photographs, in addition to the videos of each event, i.e., Gala de la Reina, Final of the Murgas, Rondallas Contest, or Rhythm and Harmony, among others.

Next to the showcase of 'Ayer' (Yesterday), a costume called 'Tajaraste' from 1987 will be exhibited as part of a continued discourse on the history and evolution of the costumes of the Carnival Queen.

The video summary of Carnival 2019 will be reproduced on the video wall, as well as the different summaries dedicated to the comparsas, musical groups or murgas, while the Costume Workshop has also been renewed, incorporating new costumes and headdresses.

The Temporary Room will continue to hold the Guinness World record with Celia Cruz, but will also combine temporary exhibitions with other activities and will host several exhibitions throughout the year, the first one being dedicated to murga group Los Bambones.

Several elements have been added to the collection of Queens in miniature, as well as a new area created in the cafeteria, with more of the posters that announce the Carnival.

Audio Guides in Five Languages

The Casa del Carnaval has audio guides in 5 languages ​​that have also been renewed with all these contents in order to offer visitors updated information.

The Casa del Carnaval  Calle Aguere, 17, 38005 S/C de Tenerife, can be visited Monday, Sunday, free of charge, from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

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