Casa Colorada Museum in Santiago

Casa Colorada Museum in Santiago

Nearest Turistik bus stop: Bus Stop 6: Plaza de Armas

The Museum of Santiago Casa Colorada is a colonial mansion that stands out as an architectural and historical landmark of Santiago.

It was built in 1769 by Joseph de la Vega, for the president of the first government meeting, Mateo de Toro y Zambrano.

The evolution of the city affected the aristocratic character of the house, which after the transformation of the environment even became a commercial center. In 1977, the house was declared a National Monument and after restoration work, in 1981, it became one of the first museums in Santiago.

At the moment the Museum of Santiago Casa Colorada is closed for restoration until 2020 approximately. However, since 2016, it has been setting up a temporary exhibition space, which offers meaningful experiences to its visitors, free of charge, welcoming various expressions and artistic expressions that value and reinterpret, from different perspectives, history, heritage, memory and diversity Cultural of the urban world.

Monday to Friday: 11:00 to 18:00 hrs.

You can see this attraction about 150 meters from our stop 5 Hop On Hop Off.

Casa Colorada Santiago Museum

Merced 860, Santiago, Chile. Contacto:


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