Take a cultural tour

Do you love coffee? Want to learn firsthand how coffee goes from seed to cup? Looking for things to do in Antigua?

Roof visit and discover the history, culture and tradition of one of the most emblematic coffee plantations in Guatemala. Culture and tradition are the ingredients that make this an extraordinary experience for coffee.

The tour of our historic farm begins at the Coffee Museum, It located in an old coffee grinder built in 1883 and it was operated by a water wheel. In the museum, you will see exhibits and diagrams detailing the history of coffee, how it is marketed worldwide and how it is processed. Then, walk among the coffee trees and experience the history and charm of the farm while learning about how to cultivate, harvest and process coffee. While walking through the fields, We explain our sustainable agricultural practices and you will have the opportunity to see everything we do close. No coffee tour is complete without a stop at the toaster where you can see, smell and taste the fruits of our work.

After learning all about our delicious coffee, House visit K'ojom and Rincon de Sacatepequez. K'ojom house is a private center and museum research, educational, non profit, dedicated to research, preservation and dissemination of traditional music of Mayan communities in Guatemala.

The tour ends in the cafeteria, where you can taste the delicious infusion made from seeds grown, processed and roasted on the farm.

Tour Information

You can choose to take a guided tour or walk through museums and farm on their own.

Guided tours in English or Spanish tours are available, They begin at 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Guided tours are approximately 2 hours for all museums and coffee plantation. The farm opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 4 p.m. No need to book in advance. The farm is closed during holidays in Guatemala.

Admission is 50Q (approximately $ 7) which includes the guide and a cup of coffee. Here's how to find us.

Come to the roof to enjoy the best coffee in Guatemala and try the best coffee in the country-a true experience of cultural trip.