This is where Paraguay Independence was planned and declared. A small museum, still rich and interesting. Very well organized, should not be missed
we enjoyed the sundial and displays. it is a lovely old building and the staff were nice too. I recommend a visit here.
Restoration needed. Many of the artifacts need to be preserved in temperature controlled environment. The official guide was very knowledgeable and professional. Enjoyed my visit and came away better educated.
Just as the title suggests it is interesting place to visit but for tourists information in a different language would be great. Maybe having brochures for people who are no fluent in spanish.
This was a very nice little stop where you can learn about Paraguay's history in the spot where it happened. The curator even speaks great English if you would rather hear the information in English. I totally recommend it if you are looking for a way to fill an after noon. It will take you about 30-45 minutes or so... More
It was really interesting to know about Paraguay's independance history... The exhibition shows also how were the house in the period of the independance. Free entrance, near from downtown. The only thing that will be bad for people who don't understand Spanish, is that they only have explanations in their language.
This little museum is the house where meetings were held planning the push for independence. We couldn't get the whole story because very little information was available in english and our limited spanish only took us so far, Intriguing alley out back played an important role -- now covered in plaques commemorating the heros of the independence movements. Surprising number... More
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