Museo ex-hacienda El Lencero, Xalapa

(4.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Excellent historical and valuable place in culture, beautiful and well maintained site worth a visit with the family
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  • We love to go to the Lencero whenever we have chance, well kept rooms, beautiful pond, the only downside is that don't have a good cafeteria service, but the staff is very friendly.
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  • Highly recommended, transports you to the 18th century and early 19th century, feeling that time of beginning of century where you can find the French porcelain.
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  • This is must if you been in Xalapa
  • It is a beautiful place and very well preserved. They are not allowed taking pictures, which seems to me to be illogical. Guided tour focuses on explaining the origin of the furniture and decoration accessories and ignores the enormous historical value of the Treasury; I think it's a point that can be improved.
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  • Wow, excellent place to learn a little of the history of our dear Mexico... The Lencero Museum a great place full of history and magic, makes you travel 200 years ago in the history and lives of several characters... the chapel a place to visit... request guided tour to take you more flavor to the place. The cost... very accessible.
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  • The Museum of the lencero is a place that not can stop of visit. It has a rich history. 1875 El Lencero was one of the most important sugar plantations in the region. Currently functions as a museum. It also has furniture, objects and memories of the era in which it was built. The Lencero owns a road, parking, a colonial Chapel and the parish known as "Casa de las Monjas. In the House main addition to the runner of them birds, also is found: the Hall of weapons, the of games, the of music, between others
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  • beautiful place to visit and learn how one lived in past centuries.
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