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Casa K'Ojom

Calle Del Cemetario Final | Jocotenango, Antigua 03001, Guatemala
+502 7831 1486
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Mayan music!

We went for a little tour of the coffee museum and then had a tour of the Mayan music museum. I... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2017
Carpsm1
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Ravenna, Ohio
Excellent coffee museum, music museum, and outdoor exhibits

This is a great place to see how coffee is produced from shrub to ground in a packet. The exhibits... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2017
Katharine G
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Buckhannon
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Calle Del Cemetario Final | Jocotenango, Antigua 03001, Guatemala
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+502 7831 1486
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Reviewed 11 June 2017

We went for a little tour of the coffee museum and then had a tour of the Mayan music museum. I had not idea that music had such a large role in Mayan life and was surprised at the number of instruments of Mayan origin....More

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Reviewed 13 February 2017

This is a great place to see how coffee is produced from shrub to ground in a packet. The exhibits are excellent, as is the sample of hot coffee made on site. The music museum is very interesting and the outdoor exhibits of plants and...More

Thank Katharine G
Reviewed 2 February 2017

This was our first visit to a coffee plantation and it was very interesting! Information from the seeds to the types of coffee was thorough and fascinating. It appears to be a very organized location with friendly personnel. The area describing the clothes and music...More

Thank Leigh D
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

We enjoyed the coffee and music museums, gift shop and watching the coffee bean drying process actively ongoing on this very well managed property. Takes about an hour at a leisurely pace.

Thank Eugene G
Reviewed 12 October 2016

I was completely ignorant about the Mayans and their music, I did not even know they had musical instruments. Guatemala has kept traditions and the indigenous population even though everyday is less, they have kept their languages and traditions, that the Spaniards were not able...More

Thank Jorge H
Reviewed 7 May 2016 via mobile

Casa K'Ojom is definitely worth a visit! I particularly loved the music museum, which was filled with all kinds of fascinating and beautiful artifacts. There are many musical instruments, of course, but also costumes, statues, and ritual objects arranged in thoughtfully laid out displays. The...More

Thank Greg R
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Understated, yet first-class museum of music, typica clothing, and culture, Casa K'Ojom is on an actual working coffee plantation with its own Coffee Museum. Both are highly professional and attentive to visitors. Gift shops and a diner are available.

Thank teachermg2014
Reviewed 23 May 2015

It was amazing!! The history was interesting and the coffee was amazing! My husband and our teenage sons thought it was a great place. This place is really a must see!

Thank Mollzy4
Reviewed 15 August 2014 via mobile

A very nicely designed and thought out museum with interesting exhibits about traditional Mayan music, celebrations and processions and typical clothing from the different regions around Antigua. All set within a very pretty coffee plantation that also contains examples of typical houses found in the...More

Thank Frankie L
Reviewed 12 May 2013 via mobile

I was able to visit this place to learn and to taste two of my interest and passions (Coffee and Music) joined together at a beautiful place with excellent service and attention. 2 tour guides to show you around about Guatemalan coffee and music. I...More

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