La ChasconaCurrently Closed
- Address: Fernando Marquez de La Plata 0192, Santiago, Providencia, Region Metropolitana, Chile
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +56-227778741
- Ticket Price: 6000 CLP
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids
La Chascona - Review
La Chascona was one of the three houses of the famous Poet Pablo Neruda built for his secret lover Matilde Urrutia. The house is one of the most fascinating place to witness- giving a rare peak into the Poet’s co-designed spaces which carry an essence of his mind. From intimate reading places to the colorful dining room, the place oozes the couple’s artistic taste.
- Authentic furniture and silverware.
- The painting of Matilde with two heads painted by Mexican artist Diego Rivera among other pieces of art.
- Regular art exhibitions held here.
La Chascona Information
- Other contact number: +56227378712
La Chascona Ticket Prices
- General Admission: CLP 6,000 (five thousand Chilean pesos) per person.
- Special Admission: CLP 2,000 for students and Chileans over 60 years.
How To reach La Chascona by Public Transport
- Metro: At Salvador
- Bus: At PC1108 - Parada / Plaza Caupolicán.
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
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Things to Know Before Visiting La Chascona
77.84% of people who visit Santiago include La Chascona in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
41.13% of people start their La Chascona visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see La Chascona
78.99% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting La Chascona
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La Chascona, Santiago Reviews
La Chascona is Pablo Nevada's Santiago home. It continues the Oceania or sea theme and slightly resembles a boat. It is built over several levels, (making use of the slope of the landscape and optimum views) and has narrow staircases, so not particularly appropriate for strollers or wheel chairs. Each level is reached by use of a short outdoor walkway or stairs. It has an excellent audio guide which covers the life of the poet, and the history of Chile at the time. The home, belongings and gardens have been well preserved, giving a good insight into his life. It is well worth a visit. At busy times you can expect to wait, as space is limited as are audio guides.
The house of Pablo Neruda was interesting even for the non Spanish speaking. It is not only a time capsule of 1970s design but also provides an insight into the world of the global artistic community at that time. The summer bar is particularly interesting. You should be able to serve around an hour here without too much trouble.
Worth the time to understand better Neruda's life, the political atmosphere at that time and a bit of Chile's history. Full of collector's bits and pieces that the writer got in his multiple trips. House itself was nicely restored by his late wife after the coup the etat soldiers destroyed it purposely.
The Pablo Neruda so well preserved home in Santiago, it is so well furnished, it is full of history and it si well located next to Cerro San Cristobal. Go there, feel yourself back to the ‘60 in a magical World.
A good option for a cultural tour in the city, helpful for learning about his life and talent. Very pretty house, must visit.