The Trinidad Architecture Museum is located on the street between Ripalda No. 83 Fernando Hernandez and Ruben Martinez Villena. It has represented the art of building and the most representative of the architectural development of the city during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The Museum also known as Romantic Palace of Count Brunet, is located on Calle Fernando Hernández Echemendía No. 52, Plaza Mayor of the city of Trinidad. It offers the visitor a representative sample of the aristocracy enabled Trinity mansions in the last period.