Red House (Casa Colorada), Santiago

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.9/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web
Admire the colonial Red House (Casa Colorada), an 18th-century home that now houses the city museum. Built in 1769, the house features a clay-tiled roof, balconied windows, and red-hued walls, which make a fine example of colonial architecture. Walk through the two large courtyards to get to the museum, which occupies five of the house's rooms and contains artifacts dating from pre-Columbian times to the present day. Our Santiago vacation trip planner makes visiting Red House (Casa Colorada) and other Santiago attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • This House is part of the history of Chile and is well worth the pained to visit her, two blocks from the Plaza de armas of Santiago which is
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  • It is a typical Chilean colonial style house. It is a colonial house built with walls of stone Ashlar, wooden oak ceiling, and cinnamon in the mezzanines with coligüe frameworks. It is a museum.
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  • A piece of colonial history, between the city is modernized. It must pay entry and ideally prior consultation because if there are guided visits can be more advisable.
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  • Important place, should hurry in the works for its total opening to the public and tourists. It is an important focus of the historical heritage of Chile.
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  • The Red House is a construction company!
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