Find here what has been published and reviewed of Casa Terracota in the Media.

There was an old man who lived in a clay pot – Bricsys – December 2019

World’s largest clay house! – ZoominTV / Zoomin Local Heroes – September 2019

Villa de Leyva Casa Terracota – Brit on the Move – June 2019

6 razones para visitar Villa de Leyva, el destino de moda – El Tiempo – June 2019

Casa Terracota: ¡una porcelana gigante en Boyacá! – RedBus.co – March 2019

La Casa Terracota de Octavio Mendoza – Caracol Radio – February 2019

Casa Terracota: The World’s Biggest Pottery – Travel is Life – February 2019

Casa Terracota, una casa impresa en 3D en Colombia – 3DNatives – February 2019

Dentro del Extraño Mundo de la Casa Terracota – NomadBiba – October 2018

Casa Terracota – Atlas Obscura

Casa Terracota, una vivienda inusual – Universidad Central – July 2017

Arquitectura a prueba de asombro – La Cuisine International – January 2017

Casa Terracota – ElMundo.es – December 2017

¿Sabías que en Boyacá se creó la cerámica más grande del mundo? – Colombia.co – February 2016

La Casa Terracota, construcción en armonía con la naturaleza – Abilia

Could This Surreal Terracotta House Be the World’s Largest Piece of Pottery? – Atlas Obscura – July 2015

La Cerámica más grande del mundo – Viajestic – March 2015

Casa Terracota in Colombia by Octavio Mendoza – CFile.Daily – October 2015

35 razones por las que vivir en Colombia es la PEOR idea – Buzzfeed – Febrero 2015

‘Flintstones’ House Made Entirely of Clay Attracts Visitors – NBC News – February 2014

Colombia’s Flintstone House Is Made Entirely from Baked Clay – Oddity Central – April 2014

Terracota, esta casa en Colombia está hecha de pura cerámica – El Comercio – December 2014

Casa Terracota – Octavio Mendoza – Arquitectura Crítica – June 2013

Casa de barro fue construida en Villa de Leyva (Boyacá) por un arquitecto – El Tiempo – November 2008

Casa Terracota – Lonely Planet

Visiting hours

Thursday to Monday
10:00 am to 4:50 pm

As of November 16th 2021, the vaccination card will be required for people over 12 years old*, without exception.
*According to decree No. 1408 of 2021 issued by the Ministry of the Interior.

*Free entrance for children under 7 years of age. (NOT applicable for groups of children)
For group reservations, or more information about bookings, please drop us an email: reservas@casaterracota.com

Recommendations for your visit:

– Use sun protection
– Bring your hydrating drink
– Wear comfortable shoes
– Bring protection from the rain
– Use protection against insects
– Bring your vaccination card (mandatory for people over 12 years old)

Entry Fees

Low Season

During the week
Thursday, Friday and Monday (except Colombian Holidays)

Adults over 18 years old COP$30.000
Young people (from 8 to 17 years old) $20.000
Adults over 60 COP $26.000

Weekends
Saturday, Sunday and Colombian Holidays

Adults over 18 years old COP$35.000
Young people (from 8 to 17 years old) $25.000
Adults over 60 COP $30.000

*Free for children under 7 years of age. (Does not apply for groups of children)

*High season dates: end of the year holidays / Easter / mid-year holidays (June 15th- August 15th) / October recess week

Available Discounts

Support for education: by presenting a valid student or teacher card, you will receive a 10% discount on the daily rate
Support for groups: for groups of more than 10 people we offer a 10% discount on the daily rate. Info: reservas@casaterracota.com.
Support allied agencies: for registered tourism agencies we offer a 10% discount on the daily rate. Info: reservas@casaterracota.com,

*Special rates for people with disabilities. Available only for tickets purchased at Casa Terracota’s box office.

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