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Little museum, nice view

The place has a small museum concerning the revolution but it is the tower and the climb to the top... read more

Reviewed August 22, 2018
Leuven, Belgium
Amazing views

It's free to visit the tower and the accompanying museum. The stairs to the top of the tower start... read more

Reviewed August 18, 2018
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

good for going up to the top and got the Trinidad view. no bad. the rest is colonial architecture, raw enough.

Thank iamface
Reviewed August 22, 2018

The place has a small museum concerning the revolution but it is the tower and the climb to the top who makes it worthwhile to go, nice view on trinidad and the hills

Thank Daniel19721972
Reviewed August 18, 2018

It's free to visit the tower and the accompanying museum. The stairs to the top of the tower start off okay and get a little narrower closer to the top. You get some great views so it's definitely worth it. If you don't fancy going...More

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Reviewed July 18, 2018

We spent time in the tower and the building. The museum was very interesting, so was the view from the top and from little windows on the half landings. You can not be in Trinidad and to visit this building. The only thing is the...More

Thank 318zarai
Reviewed July 12, 2018

We had an excellent time looking round the tower and buildings of the Convento de San Francisco de Asis and the cathedral. You could see right across Trinidad and into the hills beyond.

Thank Liz W
Reviewed July 9, 2018

An interesting museum, but not all displays are available in English. Some larger tanks and items in the internal square of the museum. It is free to visit, and so is the tower, which is definitely worth climbing up to get some beautiful 360 views...More

Thank angelfish2222
Reviewed June 2, 2018

We visited the Museo de los Bandidos based in it, which gave us info not easily available otherwise, and from the tower and terraces of the beautiful building you've got great views of the city

Thank AnnaCub2018
Reviewed May 13, 2018

Worth climbing this tower. It offers great views of the city and the surroundings. Close to Plaza Mayor

Thank Andra G
Reviewed March 21, 2018

Sure it involves a bit of a narrow and rickety staircase but the views from the top are sensational. There is space for quite a number of people which means that you can sidestep the incessant selfies fairly easily. A great place to relax.

Thank Seasonedtraveller142
Reviewed March 18, 2018

The museum is less worth visiting. But the site gives you the feeling of being in other ages. One of the must see.

Thank Eric V
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