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Museo Casa de Sucre

Venezuela 573 y Sucre esquina, Quito, Ecuador
+593 2-295-2860
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Beautiful and peaceful

Spend some time walking around the grounds and viewing the rooms of artwork. Be sure you have a... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Alma, Michigan
Excellent and very informative guided tour!

I came across this place by chance, escaping from the crowds in the main square and what a gift! I... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2017
Elena P
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Venezuela 573 y Sucre esquina, Quito, Ecuador
+593 2-295-2860
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Spend some time walking around the grounds and viewing the rooms of artwork. Be sure you have a guide!

Thank JoMich
Reviewed 6 June 2017

I came across this place by chance, escaping from the crowds in the main square and what a gift! I was the only visitor at that time but was offered a free guided tour by one of the girls who was at the (free) ticket...More

Thank Elena P
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Located at the Historic center. This is one of the main touristic sites in Quito. It is a house that was bought by Mariscal Sucre when he was President of Bolivia and married to a lady from Quito, and were he wanted to spend his...More

Reviewed 29 April 2017

Free place to kill some time to take a break and use a clean restroom. Not alot to see but a few interesting things here and there. Restrooms are nice and places to sit and rest are located on the second floor of this house....More

Thank AroundTheWorldKen
Reviewed 14 March 2017

In the city of Quito is the museum of the House of Sucre here find and appreciate the best way different objects that have been part of history in the libertarian times, its entrance is free that has guides that tell the story step by...More

Thank Leonardo R
Reviewed 13 February 2017

There's no admission fee, but you'll be asked to leave a copy of your ID at the desk (a copy of your passport page is accepted). The museum signage -- what little there is -- is entirely in Spanish. It is interesting, and pleasant. If...More

Thank Carl K
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Once owned by one of Ecuador liberators, the building is well worth a quick visit for its scale and impressive architecture although there is not much else to see apart from the building itself.

Thank T-SGlobetrotters
Reviewed 29 November 2016

Sadly, it was a holiday and we were unable to go inside. Once again, we thoroughly enjoyed the outside and architecture along with the history our guide was able to provide.

Thank FL-Jan
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

There is no entrance fee for this attraction. I was just surprised to see about 7 young women seated at the Front Desk, none of whom speaks English. I was asked to show my ID, copy of my passport was fine. An English- speaking guide...More

Thank LolaGo1
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Museo Casa de Sucre was not crowded at all (August 2016) and earned a Very Good Rating from me based on the layout/exhibits and allowing photography inside. You can visit the rooms in less than an hour and it is easily located in the central...More

Thank BrockDaBadger
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