About 300 handmade hats from Colombia and the world can be seen in the National Hat Museum. It is housed in the Francisco Giraldo House of Culture, and contains five halls, including the Fonda de Manuela a replica of the original site that gave rise to the town. The museum also features a room of antique documents and centuries-old photographs.
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An ideal itinerary here includes buying iraca palm handicrafts like the aguadeño hat and visiting Pueblito Viejo (Old Village) to see what nineteenth century towns in Antioquia were like.