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A Fine sample of life at the end of the colonnial era

The old house is in very decent conditions, hosts a large collection of everyday artifacts... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2016
Caracas, Venezuela
Quinta De Anauco

Quinta De Anauco was built in the Colonial era and has been preserved and maintained very well by... read more

Reviewed 3 February 2017
Coral Springs, Florida
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Feb 3, 2017
“Quinta De Anauco”
Sep 21, 2016
“Colonial Museum”
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Reviewed 3 February 2017

Quinta De Anauco was built in the Colonial era and has been preserved and maintained very well by the city. The house has all the original furniture, gives a good insight to life at that time, with the kitchenware, dining table, bedding, bed, rugs, lamps,...More

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Reviewed 21 September 2016

The quinta Anauco is a well preserved colonial house, with all the furniture and a fantastic kitchen. On sundays, there are beautiful small concerts by excellent musicians. The gardens are very large and very pretty. There is only one big problem: security. Quinta Anauco is...More

Thank marujatarre
Reviewed 4 August 2016

The old house is in very decent conditions, hosts a large collection of everyday artifacts : kitchenware, dining tables, beds, lamps, clothing, paintings etc. in their original setting in this early 1900th century house. Is near Clinicas Caracas, a famous hospital. Public transportation in buses...More

Thank Javier-Matos
Reviewed 25 April 2016

it is a real colonial era house. It is very interesting, when you request it you can have an english speaking guide. When visiting the quinta anauco you can have an idea of how was the way of living in the colonial era

Thank EnriqueMiguel
Reviewed 5 January 2016

Went on a tour from a cruise ship, the result - too many visitors going round a very cramped house. Made it a long drawn out visit with too much waiting around. In December the grounds were not particularly interesting.For me it was the least...More

Thank djpend
Reviewed 29 December 2015

We were visiting Caracas, Venezuela for one day on a private tour, and added a visit to the Museum of Colonial Art at the last moment. It was one of the highlights of the tour, as the colonial house and gardens are lovely, and very...More

Thank Laurie F
Reviewed 26 July 2014

Why this? A well balanced blend of local colonial time history plus lush tropical gardens encapsulated in quiet space amid a pretty noisy and not so safe neighbourhood. Worth venture it. Compulsory guided visit with some chance of finding a bilingual guide .

Thank Sabas68
Reviewed 3 July 2013

Not at all sure why others have complained in Spanish and in English that the environs are super dangerous. Please do not let this deter you. Caracas is a madhouse, yet this place is superb. I did the guided tour in Spanish with Ambar, who...More

1  Thank rhettbudapest
Reviewed 9 April 2012

An oasis in Caracas, perfectly restored historic house, with a beautiful collection of paintings, sculptures and every day objects from the Colonial times. A great taste of traditional Caracas

Thank Ines R
Reviewed 8 April 2012

It has a museum, and the house and grounds are well kept . Unfortunately there is a slum area just next to it making the entrance a bit dodgy and dangerous and drawing out any pleasure in going there. On occasion they hold classical chamber...More

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