Museum of Nature and Man, is an exhibition hall situated in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife. It contains numerous huge archeological finds and is viewed as the best vault of articles from the Pre-Castilian Canary Islands. The exhibition hall additionally houses noteworthy paleontological, organic, entomological, and marine and earthly vertebrate accumulations, and is viewed as the best Natural Library of the Canary Islands.
Museum of Nature and Man co-ordinates the Archeological Museum of Tenerife, the Bioantropologia's Canary Institute and the Museum of Natural Sciences of Tenerife. The exhibition hall is situated in the downtown zone of Santa Cruz, in the previous Civil Hospital, a building that constitutes a case of the neoclassical engineering of Canary Islands. The archeological area was established in 1958.
The exhibition hall holds the biggest accumulation on the way of life of the Guanche and furthermore has a standout amongst the most current techniques for introduction of mummies, d in 2006 by the Cabildo de Tenerife through a report. It is additionally a universally eminent exhibition hall and has partaken in global gatherings on paleontology, yet its notoriety is for the most part because of its imposing accumulation of Guanche mummies. It is additionally viewed as the most vital gallery of Macaronesia.