Museo de Arquitectura Trinitaria
Galería de Arte
Admission is completely free at the 19th-century Palacio Ortiz, which today houses an art gallery on the southeastern side of Plaza...
Iglesia Parroquial de la Santísima Trinidad
Despite its rather unremarkable outer facade, this church on the northeastern side of Plaza Mayor graces countless Trinidad postcard...
Museo de Arqueología Guamuhaya
On the northwestern side of Plaza Mayor is this odd mix of stuffed animals, native bones and vaguely incongruous 19th-century kitchen...
Restaurante Plaza Mayor
Trinidad's best government-run restaurant courtesy of its on-again/off-again lunchtime buffet, which ought to fill you up until...
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Museo de Arquitectura Trinitaria information
Another public display of wealth sits on the southeastern side of Plaza Mayor in a museum showcasing upperclass domestic architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries. The museum is housed in buildings that were erected in 1738 and 1785 and joined in 1819. It was once the residence of the wealthy Iznaga family.