Museums & Churches

Museo del Tesoro

Nestled in the heart of Sucre’s historic centre is a family run museum showcasing some of Bolivia’s most...

Museo Nacional de Etnografia y Folklore (MUSEF)

Anthropology enthusiasts keen to learn about Bolivia’s folkloric and ethnic diversity will delight in Sucre’s...

ASUR Museum Of Indigenous Art

ASUR (Anthropologists of the Southern Andes) is an organization which seeks to help communities in the Sucre area maintain...

Gutiérrez Museum

Located on the corner of Plaza 25 de Mayo is an old colonial house containing two museums. On the ground floor is a small...

Museo Universitario Charcas

The Museo Universitario Charcas is located in a 17th century mansion and is owned and operated by the Universidad San...

Casa de la Libertad

One of the most historically significant buildings in Bolivia is Sucre’s Casa de la Libertad where, in 1825, the...

Casa Rodriguez Museum and Events Center

Casa Rodriguez is a one of the oldest houses in Sucre, at around 200 years old. The Casa, which is set around two...

The Macha Flag: Does Bolivia have Argentina’s First Flag?

A curious relic lies in Sucre’s Casa de la Libertad. Could it be that Bolivia is home to the first flag of Argentina?...

14 Incredible (But Cheap) Things to Do in Sucre

While Sucre is renowned for its tranquil ambiance and laid back lifestyle, the city is also home to plenty of sights and...

Museo Eclesiástico de Sucre

Housed in what used to be the Chapel of San Juan de Mata is the Museo Eclesiástico de Sucre (Ecclesiastical museum), often...
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