Casa Museo de AntonioNariño
About 1km northeast of town, Museo Paleontológico has a collection of locally found fossils dating from the period when the area was a...
Fábrica de Licores
This huge colonial factory once supplied the entire region with its boozy needs. Today, the Fábrica de Licores is a museum with...
The only discoteca in town, La Tasca features live music, drinking, dancing and late-night dining.
Restaurante Casa Blanca
One of the better budget restaurants in town, Casa Blanca offers a choice of tasty à la carte sandwiches, mains and set meals.
Carrera 9 No 10-25 · interesting places nearby
Casa Museo de AntonioNariño information
Antonio Nariño was known as the forefather of Colombia's independence and Casa Museo de Antonio Nariño is the house where he spent the last two months of his life before succumbing to a lung infection in 1823. Nariño was a fierce defender of human rights and is also revered for translating Thomas Paine's Rights of Man into Spanish. The house has been converted into a museum containing colonial objects and memorabilia related to this great man.