San Miguel de Abona has interesting spaces that can be visited whose management and conservation depend on the City Council, such as: the El Capitan House History Museum, the Potato Museum, the El Aljibe Exhibition Hall and the Guargacho Archaeological Ensemble Interpretation Center. This offer is completed with other privately managed spaces such as the San Blas Environmental Reserve or the Finca Platanera Punta de El Lomo.
Captain's House History Museum
The museum facilities occupy the Casa de El Capitan, one of the most representative buildings in San Miguel de Abona. In 1978 the house went up in flames, being rehabilitated and transformed into a museum in 2005. It currently offers several rooms with permanent exhibitions on traditional pottery, stonework, history of the municipality, wine, history of the camel and the camel driver, the gofi or . One of the most attractive points of the museum is its extensive technological component, highlighting the use of virtual reality in the space dedicated to the funerary necropolis of the "Cueva de Uchova", where the user can experience inside the cave what the process was like. of a Guanche burial; the interactive experience of the ceramics room, which allows the user to manipulate, on a large touch screen, the most outstanding traditional pottery pieces in three dimensions, as well as knowing their technical data at the same time. Another outstanding application is the immersive application of San Miguel de Abona that allows the user to interact and learn about the resources of San Miguel de Abona and view them in 360º through a large-format touch screen.
The museum is completed with a temporary exhibition room that offers samples of handicrafts such as basketry, fretwork, cabinetmaking, ceramics, forging, saddlery, dolls
or weaving, among others. The museum offers guided tours for schoolchildren and adult groups.
Museum of the Pope of San Miguel
Located in the center of El Roque, its facilities occupy the old Casa Don Gregorio, rehabilitated in 2019. It is a space for the dissemination of the potato, a basic product in the economy of this area of the Island. This crop constitutes the main source of income and employment in the middle of the municipality, which produces about 5 million kilos each year, and is linked to others such as onions or vines. It consists of different spaces and rooms to impart training, study center and exhibition of utensils used in work related to cultivation, with the aim of publicizing its properties and highlighting the roots it has in the area.
Punta del Lomo Banana Farm
This farm offers guided tours in different languages (Spanish, English and German), individually or in groups, guided and self-guided, supported by information panels, in which the entire process of banana farming is disclosed, from reproduction and care of the plant, going through the collection, washing and packaging until its transport to the markets.
Guargacho Archaeological Interpretation Center
These facilities house an archaeological interpretation center inside. On April 4, 1972, Pastor Don Salvador González Alayón discovered an archaeological site on the El Monte farm, belonging to the Alfonso Calzadilla family, which was called the "Guargacho ceremonial and residential complex."
Initially, the studies concluded that it was a place of worship and ritual, related to propitiatory or gratifying rites, with animal sacrifice and collective banquets.
Subsequent investigations have interpreted it as an aboriginal housing complex.
El Aljibe exhibition hall
The El Aljibe room was inaugurated in 2004 and is dedicated to temporary exhibitions of art and culture with variable themes that take place throughout the year. It has room for works of art from both professionals and amateurs and apprentices. It also highlights the beauty and spaciousness of this space, since it is located inside what was the water tank of what was known as La Casa Azul, current headquarters of the San Miguel de Abona City Council.
San Blas Environmental Reserve
Guided or free tours are offered through the so-called "San Blas Environmental Reserve" attached to the hotel, a unique natural and cultural space on the coast of San Miguel de Abona. The visit is structured in 3 parts: the Multimedia Museum, the Historical Experience Tunnel and the path that runs through the San Blas ravine. An educational, sensory and cognitive experience that helps to better understand and enjoy the natural and cultural values of this part of the Island.