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Casa de Aliaga: Tours & Tickets

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Colonial House in Lima. Built by Jeronimo de Aliaga y Ramirez in 1535, the same year of Lima's foundation. Ever since then the Aliaga family and their descendants have lived in the house, which is now occupied by the seventeen generation of the same...more
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Reviewed August 23, 2019

Some very old and fine things here. Most of it is not so old—it is late 19th century Belle Époque superimposed on a Colonial architecture.The ensemble was personal to the family who have always lived here, rather than a museum reconstruction, and we found that...More

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank Julia L
Reviewed August 1, 2019

Incredible historic house going back to to 1535 and in the same family since the beginning. You can only visit on organised tours but it's worth it. The house is spectacular, with original vintage furnishings and paintings. You can see that the house is still...More

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank Ali921
Reviewed June 27, 2019 via mobile

My wife and I just had a fascinating tour of this beautiful old historic home. The young man who was our guide (unfortunately I didn’t get his name) was excellent. He was very knowledgeable and explained the history of the house excellently. We were lucky...More

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank StephenKutzy
Reviewed June 10, 2019

Casa de Aliaga is a beautiful home right across from the Presidential Palace. It isn't a museum---something like the 16th consecutive generation of the Aliaga family still lives there. You need to go onto their website and select one of their guides for a private...More

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed June 7, 2019

This old house belongs to the Aliaga family and is partly occupied by the present descendant of this family. It was built in the mid 16th century. The place is interesting and worth visiting as it is so ornate in its furnishings and historical in...More

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank arunc
Reviewed June 7, 2019

Very interesting old house has been lived in by the same family for 17 generations built in 1535 must see

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank Liz D
Reviewed June 4, 2019 via mobile

One of the oldest residences in the Americas, 'Casa Aliaga' has been owned and lived in by the Aliaga family and their descendants since Francisco Pizarro granted the land to Jeronimo de Aliaga in 1535. Everything inside the house has a story, it even has...More

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank Adrian B
Reviewed May 26, 2019

Casa de Aliaga is a private residence but also one of South America’s oldest remaining structures. We had the fortune of meeting Senior Aliaga who is the 16th Generation of the same family living in the house since the mid 1400’s. Don’t miss this!

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank Roland E
Reviewed May 10, 2019

I suppose if you like to visit old houses and their ancient contents then this probably would rank highly. The house does have some interesting character so as part of tour it fills a good role in showing different aspects of the city. As an...More

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank GZOOOM
Reviewed May 8, 2019

Beautiful old house built from earthquake resistant material, the mansion was built some time in the 1500. it is the oldest and best preserved home in the continent. It has been owned by the same family for 17 generations. The mansion displays an amazing array...More

Date of experience: March 2019
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October 2, 2018|
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Response from GreciaR10 | Reviewed this property |
Hello! You need to make reservation with an agency. They will not let you in without a tour guide who previously confirmed the reservation for you.
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Response from Maru-de-Aliaga | Property representative |
Dear Paul: Cheers from Lima! I am Maria Eugenia de Aliaga, one of the owners of Casa Aliaga. Yes, 2 or 4 people can visit the house. We don't have English speaking guides at the house but you can download a list of... More
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Dear Paul: Cheers from Lima! Yes, 2 or 4 people can visit the house. We don't have English speaking guides at the house but you can download a list of recommended guides that you can book from our web page. About the... More
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