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Government House

Regent St., Belize City, Belize
027/3050
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  • Excellent24%
  • Very good35%
  • Average28%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible5%
27 Nov 2016
“Nice historic building”
17 Nov 2016
“Not much here”
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Regent St., Belize City, Belize
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027/3050
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Reviewed 6 July 2015

This old historic house is well worth a visit if you travel to Belize City. The local government is currently working on remodeling the structure but, you can still see much of the history and information on Belize. You will be ale to see so...More

1  Thank Richard F
Reviewed 21 June 2015

This location is currently being refurbished but the Government House is an elegant structure that highlights Belize Colonial past. The museum is full with historical artifacts and wonderful views of the Caribbean Sea. This is a nice complimentary place to visit with The St. John's...More

2  Thank Filmbelize
Reviewed 25 February 2015

The house is pretty but you only get to see 1/2 of the downstairs, the rest is used for offices. There is sparse information mostly about the house and a bit about the past leaders of Belize. There's an interesting first hand account of a...More

Thank Laxmi H
Reviewed 24 February 2015

Part of a cruise ship tour but to our surprise a great one, a lot of information out in a short period of time, would recommend to anyone

Thank viking226
Reviewed 22 January 2015

Being in Belize for over two weeks, left me wondering and wanting more information about the history of the people and the country. The Mayan culture is very present dating back thousands of years and very famous, but what about the past 100 or event...More

2  Thank Gina T
Reviewed 18 January 2015

This was part of our tour with the Calypso Train Tours with Dillon as our guide. He was extremely well versed in the history of Belize. Although we did not stop and tour the mansion, Dillon provided us with its history. It was a wonderful...More

2  Thank MaryannF650
Reviewed 11 December 2014

This little museum had local artists paintings, furniture and just some cool things besides the building is really beautiful. Don't forget to check out the view over the water, just amazing. A really nice quiet stop.

2  Thank nancy t
Reviewed 7 October 2014

I visited the former Governor's Mansion (Government House) now House of Culture, Belize City -- well upkeep ..... I must say that there is lots to see by way of contemporary local artwork, colonial furnishings, hurricane destruction to both the property and the country over...More

1  Thank Creslyn
Reviewed 30 September 2014

This is a tiny little museum, mostly local art, and a couple of small history related exhibits. It's right behind St John's, you may as well come here once you've gone there, but it's not worth it on it's own.

1  Thank deelightfull
Reviewed 22 July 2014

The Government House in Belize City is worth a trip, if you have time left over and nothing else to do. Entrance fee is 5$. You can learn and read a little bit of the countrys history and they have a little ert gallery. That...More

1  Thank Vtm R
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