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La Azotea Cultural Center

Calle del Cementerio | Final, Jocotenango 03002, Guatemala
+502 7831 1120
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“music museum” (28 reviews)
“coffee museum” (18 reviews)
“gift shop” (12 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Calle del Cementerio | Final, Jocotenango 03002, Guatemala
+502 7831 1120
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Reviewed March 9, 2013

This tour is very well organized from beginning to end. A free shuttle bus picked us up and returned us to Central Park. The tour guide was very knowledgeable. I learned a lot about the coffee production in Guatemala from beans on a tree to...More

Thank travelbugsueToronto
Reviewed February 19, 2013

It is a short 20 min trip from the street in front of Antigua's Cathedral by free transportation (minivan) provided by La Azotea. I think it runs every hour or 1/2 h. The place is very well maintained, has very professional and friendly staff and...More

2  Thank latawiec2
Reviewed January 21, 2013

For someone who loves coffee this place was really interesting. i never knew how much work went into getting that morning fix. It is a really great experience and they have a cool museum that shows neat cultural things about Guatemala. At the end of...More

1  Thank Megan T
Reviewed January 15, 2013

Interesting museum and tour explaining coffee production. Good gift shop and free sample of Guatemalan coffee which is very smooth.

Thank lightening996327
Reviewed January 10, 2013

We picked up the free minibus at the Parque Central and spent a couple of hours at the Azotea coffee museum. We took guided tours of both the coffee and music museums. The tour guides spoke English as well as Spanish and were knowledgeable about...More

1  Thank michaelszippy
Reviewed January 10, 2013

They give an interesting tour of the coffe growing and processing operation,and there's a delightful museum of musical instruments on the site, focussed mainly on the marimba. The coffee tastes excellent too and can be mailed overseas.

Thank GuySeabrook
Reviewed January 10, 2013

As Guatemala has the third best coffee in the world (our guide told us this), it is definitely a good idea to visit a "finca". The Azotea was a special experience. The tour is informative and enjoyable. There are good guides and a shop where...More

Thank Mine O
Reviewed December 8, 2012

This really surprised us on how interesting the whole tour was and how educational it was. This was a great way to spend over 3hours on our last day of vacation. The tour starts with the music museum that goes through the history of the...More

2  Thank honestopinion86
Reviewed November 30, 2012

We took our children to see the coffee fields, museum, music museum, and all the rest. They went begrudgingly, but in the end they had a blast and couldn't stop talking about it. So much to see and learn, and the coffee doesn't get any...More

1  Thank Scott10966
Reviewed November 22, 2012

We visited the coffee museum, Casa K'ojom and Rincon de Sacatepequez. Particularly liked the musical instruments in the Casa.

1  Thank jilly13_11
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Do they still run a free shuttle from Central Park? If so... 1) What time(s) does it run? 2) Does it also run on Saturdays, or just during the week? 3) How can we recognize the right shuttle - does it have the Azotea name on it or...? 4) Where does it pick up and drop off, exactly? 5) I have mobility issues and use a cane, so climbing up into a very high vehicle is usually impossible. Getting in and out of a USA-style shuttle or van isn't usually a problem, but some of the "shuttles" we've seen around Guatemala are just large open trucks, with huge steps to get on or off. Will this be a problem for the Azotea transportation? 6) Anything else we should know?
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Ana Lucia M
Hola quisiera saber sobre el museo del café, gracias
February 27, 2015|
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