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This hacienda was just lovely! One could spend hours exploring all the little nooks of this place. Follow the stairs to the various gardens, rooms of the casa and different look out points. Enjoy a cup of cafe de leche at the cafe with touch...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of this hacienda and all of its historical dark intrigue. It is in good hands under government rule and is a museum, park. The rooms in the original house are quite interesting with paintings of the first Spanish residents.
We had a great visit to this hacienda - highly recommend a short trip outside of town. Our short tour added so much to our understanding of the history of the region, and the gardens are so beautiful. It was also a great place for...More
The place by itself is great, however I would recommend to take a tour guide to get the whole experience and history of the place. Our tour guide was Carlos. He was terrific, very passionate about the Hacienda and very good storyteller. Tour guides usually...More
Our guide, Juan Carlos, really brought the history of the hacienda and its former occupants to life. His English is excellent, and even my 11 and 9 year old kids enjoyed hearing about the life of the husband, wife, and two daughters in the San...More
We visited this really wonderful old hacienda last week and really enjoyed both the house and Gardens! We went early in the day and we're the only ones there except for the gardeners for most of our visit....just perfect and peaceful. Some of the antique...More
Based on other reviews, we hired Juan Carlos Aquino Perez at the museum to guide us through the house. He speaks English very well and made the experience educational and entertaining. He was not at the museum when we arrived but after touring the gardens...More
This 17th century grand hacienda (in its day) was owned by Captain Gabriel de Berrera.
An heir to the Valenciana Silver Mine wealth.
The surrounding gardens and structures within the extensive compound are truly impressive but in need of additional restoration.
Even though it is...More