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Island House Museum

kilometro 5 Via Circunvalar, San Andres Island, Colombia
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a bit of history in small package

we found this museum when we were driving around the island with 4x4 golf cart. staff was eager on... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Harri P
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Helsinki, Finland
via mobile
Mr. Bent was Entertaining, fun short stop

We were passing by on a rented ride, and pulled in. We were warmly greeted and walked up to an... read more

Reviewed February 22, 2017
mgwtrader
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Fort Worth, Texas
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1 week ago
“a bit of history in small package”
Feb 22, 2017
“Mr. Bent was Entertaining, fun short stop”
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kilometro 5 Via Circunvalar, San Andres Island, Colombia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

we found this museum when we were driving around the island with 4x4 golf cart. staff was eager on telling about the history before the time island got under Colombian influence and also presented how every day activities were done before modern era. at the...More

Thank Harri P
Reviewed February 22, 2017

We were passing by on a rented ride, and pulled in. We were warmly greeted and walked up to an outdoor dance studio where Mr. Bent was giving some fun island dance lessons and people were enjoying the beverage of their choice. Then we were...More

Thank mgwtrader
Reviewed March 30, 2016

This was an old house that displayed the English history of the island. Nothing really to whoa you just a piece of history. The cost is 8000 ($2.50) to get a guided tour in English or Spanish. The house once belonged to an English familiy...More

1  Thank Easylivingtravel
Reviewed March 24, 2016

Small museum with a great little history. This is worth the stop if you are at all interested in the history of the island. Has some great little era time pieces that i wish were better preserved but the tour was insightful.

Thank sadatsandals
Reviewed March 20, 2015

It's a nice well-maintaned house. It's a really small tour, however, nothing even close to a museum. Just a house, outside kitchen and bathroom. Fun to visit, nice to take a tour, but it won't keep your there for even 20 minutes.

Thank Pablo A
Reviewed March 13, 2014

the house is ugly but i mean the maintenance ... they should have people cleaning and restoring the house, there is just stuffs old... at least, the guides are really lovely and the girls are pretty, the tour have a little dance of reggae and...More

Thank niel d
Reviewed February 12, 2013

Enjoyed the local dance performance and they also get you to go on the stage to dance with them. A small gift shop with local handcrafts and jewelries. Willing to take photos for us and with us.

1  Thank LiveItWell
Reviewed October 19, 2012

The place was made for tourists. Lot of parking space, friendly staff, cheap entrance fee. They show you how natives lived long time ago.

Thank Laurapatry
Reviewed July 17, 2012

Nice personel short ,but nice old house. If you like old things good to see.

Thank 33ramon
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