Casa de la Libertad (House of Liberty), where the Bolivian Act of Independence was signed.
Museo Charcas (Charcas Museum) exhibits woven articles, archaeological artifacts, colonial paintings and furniture from the colonial era.
El Museo Nacional de Etnografía y Folklore (MUSEF), (The National Museum of Ethnography and Folklore), where a person can appreciate the various customs that portray the wealth of Bolivia’s diverse cultural.
Castillo de la Glorieta, (Glorieta Castle) is located approximately 3 miles (5 km) from the city. It belonged to the Argandoña family who each received the title of “Prince” because of their great social work with orphaned children.
La Recoleta (El Mirador or Lookout) provides a spectacular view of the beautiful city of Sucre.
Cementerio General (General Cemetery) is considered one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Bolivia and South America. Not only is lovely colonial architecture found there, but also the opportunity to explore the rich history of the place.
Huellas de dinosaurios, (Dinosaur Tracks), the cliff of Cal Ork’o is very famous. More than 5,000 dinosaur footprints can be found on its walls.