The Archaeological Museum of La Gomera, or MAG, offers a good introduction to the culture of the ancient gum trees. The information summarized in the rooms is the result of recent archaeological research, and the study of many texts dating back to the Conquest. The museum is open daily and the entry is free. The exhibits are spread over two floors of this pretty Echeverría house, which is a typical old house of the Canary Islands. The museum takes you on a journey from the past to the present. The section dedicated to archeology and heritage is located on the ground floor, and it is in great danger in Gomera, a small island where people do not respect many of the historic sites.