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Casa Santo Domingo Museums Admission Ticket
from US$11.10*
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Casa Santo Domingo Museums Admission Ticket
from US$11.10*
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“silver museum”(14 reviews)
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3a Calle Oriente 28, Antigua 03001, Guatemala
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+502 7820 1220
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Reviewed yesterday

Visited the place with my sons. It was very informative and interesting place to visit. We learned a lot of the way they found the tombs and catacombs. It was interesting seeing the mummies/skeletons and the paintings and sculptures. Took lots of pictures.

Thank Luis A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a hotel on the grounds of ruins. They have done a wonderful job to incorporate the hotel with the ruins. You can wander around and see different ruins. When we went there in the evening that had it set up for I can...More

Thank Kathleen P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I am absolutely impressed by the amount of art and the art galleries showcased in the hotel. The place itself is a museum full of history of ancient times. For all art lovers, make sure you visit ALL the museums, there are more than you...More

Thank alerus12
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I really enjoyed visiting the ruins/museum at Casa Santo Domingo. They're not extensive, but I really liked the idea of preserving the ruins and building around them.

1  Thank Mathyew
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The setting is magnificent--the museums are very good. Well worth a trip. I don't think a guided tour is necessary.

Thank beyondvallarta
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Santo Domingo is an old convent which has been transformed into a beautiful hotel, amazing restaurant (great food and ambiance), and historical center. All around the property, you will find old ruins including a church and a crypt (with actual remains of the old-timers). Displays...More

Thank Gordon D
Reviewed July 9, 2018

The place has greatly improved along the yeas. not to be missed if you go to Antigua. Great food, nice ruins, a beautiful church with very ancient pieces of art.

Thank Mariaeugeniakunco
Reviewed July 9, 2018 via mobile

Destroyed in the 1773 earthquake, this property has been restored to a glory that is unique. Take the Q40 tour and enjoy the mouse, the pharmacy and all the hidden gems of this property. Don't miss the skeletons that were unearthed during the restoration.

Thank Barry H
Reviewed June 24, 2018

These museums (yes-more than one at this location) is in what was the church/convent. We visited each of the area's museums and enjoyed them all. After, have a snack and drink in the hotel open air restaurant. Gorgeous vegetation/flowers

Thank Kirstin H
Reviewed June 24, 2018

We have stayed here 3 times and it never disappoints. Tey have taken a monastary and turned it into a 5-star hotel. Tney even play Gregorian chants at night and you want to look for moks walking the halls. The museums are worth the visit....More

Thank Steve C
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SaraK2006
July 21, 2016|
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Response from NIcoleLarry | Reviewed this property |
You do not need air conditioning. It's not that hot in Antigua during the summer. We stayed at Porta Hotel Antigua and just ate at Santo Domingo so I don't know.
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gowiththeflow53
April 8, 2015|
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Response from CelsoSO | Reviewed this property |
They have fans on ceiling. The trees and plants provides a nice fresh air around the site.
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LinSmtih
February 7, 2015|
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Response from CelsoSO | Reviewed this property |
Yes. But town is very unagreeable to drive around (narrow streets and difficult to park day time).
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