Museo Casa de Bolívar
Casa de la Cultura
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Museo Casa de Bolívar information
Lonely Planet review
Housed in a colonial mansion where Bolívar stayed for two months in 1828, this museum displays various historic and archaeological exhibits, including weapons, documents, paintings, and mummies and artifacts of the Guane people who inhabited the region before the Spaniards arrived.