A must see visit in Caracas. The place is really rich in history. The maintenance is average. I recommend it.
About Casa Natal & Museo Bolivar
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As in any country you have to visit the museum and the Natal house of Simon Bolivar, this a place where you will see how our Libertador was and see some of his personnal things and the architectural and painting
the very hostorical heart of Caracas, accessible by the tube (Metro) station Capitolio, you'll visit before a small house where Simon Bolivar stayed just in front of a trendy bar where you can enjoy a home made beer, and some meters after the house where...More
In downtown Caracas almost everything is ugly except for this place. The set up is good, the art is good and the building is in great conditions.
It's a very interesting visit if you are into history, if you get a good guide you will learn lots about the history of this country and why they call it Republica Bolivariana. It's interesting to see the wealth El Libertador was born into and...More
To be honest i didn't know anything about Simon Bolivar before i went to South America. I found this place fascinating. Lots of history to see and learn about. A great free place to go to if visiting Caracas, with another museum close by. As...More
This place is the original birth place of Simn Bolivar, but it was for many years used for many different things. some history lovers, rebuilt it and re-furnished it to give them a real 1800ish look and feel. The Guides are very kind and know...More
A museum of great significance for Bolivarian people (in the proper sense) to admire the house where Simon Bolivar, liberator of 5 nations, lived his first years... History all over!!
It is the house where Simon Bolivar (Venezuela's, Colombia's Ecuador's Bolivia's liberator) was born probably one of the few relevant historical places for an international traveller. It is free to visit