Quito’s pre-Columbian era praises the House Museum, where Columbus lived before his death. It is a two-story bungalow. The bungalow is built on the edge of the sea and the scenery is very beautiful. The decoration of the house has an obvious Spanish style, and the furniture is luxurious. You can fully appreciate the life scene of Columbus before his death.
If you are not a fan of colonial history, this place in Quito is where you want to go. The pre-Columbian era history and handicrafts are specially displayed here. It is using a thoughtful and moving way to tell the history of that era. The collection is beautifully presented in a building that attracts you. The price of the ticket also includes a free audio guide recording. Most importantly, there is also a great gift shop.
The Pre-Columbus Praise House Museum is the place where Columbus lived when he landed in America. He is a two-story western-style building with a very large area. It is now an exhibition hall of the former residence of Columbus. For the time being, there are many objects and furniture that he used in his life. The surrounding environment of the entire museum is very elegant, with birds and flowers, and very beautiful.
The museum does not have a lot of exhibits, but they are exquisite
This museum is the most beautiful museum I have seen in Quito. It is a beautiful two-story building with a history of more than 300 years. There are many scenes from the time when Columbus lived in the museum. The decorations are exquisite, reflecting the elegant life of the British aristocrats, and there are trams downstairs, which only has a retro and nostalgic feeling.