Museo Casa de Sucre, Quito

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Once the private residence of Marshal Antonio Jose de Sucre and his wife, Museo Casa de Sucre showcases personal belonging of the couple, including original furniture, everyday items, maps, documents, and weapons and military equipment. A decorated stone floor greets you as you enter, and the ground floor features a central courtyard, which was used by employees to communicate without being seen by guests. Go to the oratory on the top floor. You'll also find original shrines made of wood and leather, as well as musical instruments like a guitar and harp. Using our custom trip planner, Quito attractions like Museo Casa de Sucre can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • It shows the living os this historical character of the Ecuatorian history, in addition to showing a lot of informations and material about the independence historical processes.  more »
  • We spent about an hour here walking around and seeing the various rooms in the old house. Beautiful and well cared for. The presentations were well done and interesting to see how people lived in...  more »
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  • It was a fun little museum if you have a free 30 min in Quito. It is a good representation of what a house of an aristocrat would have looked like in the early 19th century, and had a good overview of Sucre's life.
  • Awesome museum with a stunning collection of antiques, pictures and original furniture from the colonial and republican periods. A must see if you are in Quito.
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