The Aeronautical Museum of Lanzarote is located in the precinct of the current airport of the island, at the municipality San Bartolomé. It's in the old passenger terminal, built in 1946, which was in operation until 1970.
The museum has 11 thematic rooms, including audiovisual exhibitions, which discuss the beginnings and history of aeronautics in Lanzarote, regional history, first flights, the first passenger terminal, transport and communications. Guided or free tours can be made. The tour includes the old control tower and the check-in area, as well as the outside zone.
In the main hall there is a mural by the Belgian painter Jean P. Hock, made in 1959. In room 3 of the Museum, there is a reproduction of the "Lanzarote" acrylic created in 1953 by the local artist César Manrique.
This museum is recommended for lovers of travel and aeronautics. You can find models of aircraft of all ages, photographs, videos, old telegraphs and other objects to take a tour through the history of the aviation of Lanzarote.