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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 18 April 2017

We enjoyed both the coffee museum as well as the textile and music museums. The setting is beautiful and tranquil. We did almost all of our souvenir shopping as well. There are two shops. Both are well stocked and the prices are low. It was...More

1  Thank Maryellen_11
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

I almost don't want to review because this place seems to be off the beaten path and is still quiet and quaint. But, to support such a magical place, here it goes. La Azotea is northwest of Antigua in nearby Jocotenango, a 5-10 minute Tuk-Tuk...More

1  Thank meliandpablo
Reviewed 18 March 2017

The coffee tour at this beautifully presented location is outstanding. There are 2 other presentations on textiles and Mayan music. Highly recommended. Take a tuc-tuc as it is not that easy to find, but you can walk back.

Thank robs-adventures
Reviewed 15 March 2017

Very cool working finca. It's a working coffee plantation but I learned lots about coffee production, etc. Just a short bus ride from Antigua.

Thank Orangedog42
Reviewed 9 January 2017

This little museum about 10 minutes outside of Antigua, Guatemala is a refreshing retreat for those who want to learn about native culture without going overboard. It’s also a nice diversion from the hustle and bustle of the traffic and noise of Antigua on the...More

2  Thank Cherry_Wonderdog
Reviewed 2 January 2017

I (wrongly) assumed that on our trip to La Azotea, which our tour guide described as a "coffee plantation", we would simply see how the coffee plants were grown, coffee beans picked, sorted and packaged. Boy, was I in for a surprise! This is not...More

3  Thank Barbara Z
Reviewed 24 November 2016

La Azotea Cultural Center is really 3 or 4 things in one. Indoors, there is Casa K'ojom, a museum with exhibits dedicated to the history of Mayan musical instruments and their function in the life, spirituality and culture of the Maya. There is also Rincón...More

Thank DonQ_55
Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

La Azotea is fun and educational. You learn the life cycle of coffee and how it is processed. You your the coffee groves and their floral gardens. There is also a small and interesting Mayan museum. Of course you have the opportunity to buy coffee,...More

Thank jrhales77
Reviewed 1 October 2016

Lovely excursion. Interesting and informative w a room dedicated to Mayan heritage. Coffee is excellent.

Thank Kathy K
Reviewed 16 September 2016 via mobile

We spent about 2.5 hours at this place and loved it. The music museum is quite nice and you can try different instruments. In the coffee museum you can learn everything about how coffee is coming from the plant to your cup. Make sure to...More

Thank Megmoose1
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