A small museum which tells the history of the Carnival which takes place every July through photographs, musical instruments, masks, costumes and other memorabilia on display in this 18th century house. It's good to explore to get the feel for the Carnival, which has echoes of that in New Orleans.
There are performances every Monday at 4pm in the courtyard, but sadly we weren't in Santiago on a Monday.
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