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We enjoyed our visit here. It was a great chance to learn about the history of Trujillo, and understand more of colonial life, I enjoyed the artwork, and the mahogany desk of Simon Bolivar. The tour is free-- worth a stop!
Old mansion which gives the visitor an unique sight into the ways of life in ohter centuries. I enjoyed the visit very much. A great passtime for families, friends, couples. If I'm not mistaken, the entry was free, but just to be sure, check it...More
This is a classical and historical mansion which fronts the Plaza de Armas. Simon Bolivar lived here after Peru's independence. There are several beautiful courtyards, as well as period furniture (also Bolivar's desk), a coin and money collection, as well as some Moche, Chimu, Chavin...More
On the plaza de Armas this museum is well worth a quick look. Free to enter with a guide available, if you want, this place is is well preserved and has a little money bit thrown in for good measure. Good way to pass half...More
Entrance is free after presenting ID (copy of a passport is sufficient). There are guides who'll walk you through the house and explain to you what you see. There are some interesting things in there (Sion Bolivar's desk, contraptions they used for water purification, a...More
Entrance to this magnificent colonial home is free but you will need to show your passport. We took a Spanish-language tour. I don't know if they are offered in English. Many of the rooms on the tour are furnished. There is a desk reported to...More