Visit the Piramides de Guimar and discover the fascinating Step Pyramids right here in Tenerife.
With structures similar to those found in Mexico, Sicily, Polynesia and Peru, explore the history, culture and origins of these unusual structures with astronomical links to the Summer and Winter Solstices.
The park was created by the renowned Norweigan researcher Thor Heyerdahl to protect and continue to study the pyramids.
The gardens are one of the most attractive features of the Park, with more than 30 species of Canarian plants and featuring a Cultural Route and a Volcanic Route to explore.
The park also includes an auditórium, museum and artisan centre with a cafetería where you can enjoy panaromic views of the pyramids.
The Botanical Garden & Ethnographic Park Pirámides de Güímar, nominated for the 2017 European Museum of the Year Award, is a large open-air museum that gathers several open-air routes and specialized gardens around six pyramidal structures oriented towards the sun on key astronomical dates.
The facilities of the Ethnographic Park:
Pirámides and much more Ticket include the Casa Chacona Museum, the Auditorium and four outdoor routes (the Botanical Route, the Exportations Route, the Cultural Route ,the Volcanic Route).and the the Sustainable Garden.
Premium Ticket Include Pirámides and much more ticket facilities + the Poison Garden + Colonizing Polynesia exhibition.