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San Juan: Casa Bacardi Distillery

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Savor the taste of Bacardi rum as you tour San Juan’s Casa Bacardi Puerto Rico. Enjoy a tasting and learn all about the history of the world’s most famous rum as you explore the iconic distillery.

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Duration 45 — 75 minutes
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Wheelchair accessible
  • Taste famous Bacardi Rum as you explore its iconic San Juan distillery
  • Discover the history and craft of manufacturing the world’s most iconic rum
  • Enjoy a welcome drink in the Bacardi pavilion at the start of your experience
  • Sip Casa Bacardi’s exclusive Special Reserve, a rum not found anywhere else

Immerse yourself in the world of rum with a tour of the Casa Bacardi distillery. Choose from three different experiences including a tour focused on the company’s legacy, trying your hand at mixology, or becoming an expert rum-taster.

Explore the distillery’s historical landmarks and learn all about the history and craft of rum-making as you select from one of the following experiences:

Legacy Tour
Travel back in time to discover the history of Bacardi family. Begin with a welcome craft cocktail at the iconic pavilion and take a trolley ride to the museum. Watch an informative film about the company’s history before finishing at the Havana Bar for a tasting of Casa Barcardi’s exclusive Special Reserve, a rum not found anywhere else in the world.
Mixology Class
Learn how to create the perfect Mojito and Shaken Piña Colada at a fun and interactive mixology class. Learn about the history of these cocktails as well as some cool bar tricks and skills. The class also includes a welcome cocktail at the pavilion, a visit to the museum, and a tasting of the exclusive Special Reserve.
Rum Tasting Tour
Become a rum maestro as you learn how to taste rum the expert way. Enjoy the taste of a range of Bacardi rums paired with chocolate as you learn all about their history. The class also includes a welcome cocktail at the pavilion, a visit to the museum, and a tasting of the exclusive Special Reserve.

  • Welcome cocktail
  • Trolley ride
  • Movie at the Bacardi Visitor Center (if option selected)
  • Rum-tasting class (if option selected)
  • Mixology class (if option selected)
  • Casa Bacardi Special Reserve tasting
  • Food
  • Tips
  • Children under 18 years

The distillery is accessible by car or by ferry from Old San Juan. The ferry departs from Pier 2 in Old San Juan every 30 minutes and costs 50 cents each way. Upon arrival at Cataño pier, look for taxis on the right at the bus station. Casa BACARDÍ is a 2-mile taxi ride away.

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I wanted the chocolate tour but it wasn’t for 1. 5 hours. Bacardi graciously let me switch to a mixology tour which at first I didn’t want but my taxi was waiting for me the entire time. To not abuse the taxi driver’s kindness I took earlier tour for mixology, and I really enjoyed it. I’m glad I switched to mixology.
Tour guide was friendly and informative. It was a very fun tour, and it included 3 drinks. 🙂

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Everyone was beautiful, kind and accommodating. The tour and the facility itself is amazing. The whole experience was fascinating and wonderful!

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Bacardi Rum Distillery and Old San Juan Tour — Castillo Tours 2022 info and deals | Save $84

Bacardi Rum Distillery and Old San Juan Tour — Castillo Tours

Free Entry with The Sightseeing Pass

Normal Entry Price: Adult $84.00

Bacardi Rum Distillery and Old San Juan Tour — Castillo Tours with The Sightseeing Pass

    • Tour of the Bacardi Distillery in Cataño, to see how the «rum of kings» gets made
    • You’ll get a special welcome cocktail, then travel to the visitor center to learn about the history of Bacardi and observe the distilling process
    • A guided tour of the 500-year-old San Cristóbal Fort and still have plenty of time to shop in the many artisan and souvenir stores

You’ll get a special welcome cocktail, then travel to the visitor center to learn about the history of Bacardi and observe the distilling process. Grab your complimentary spirit glass and check out the gift shop to purchase any additional souvenirs.

Next up, your tour heads to historical Old San Juan. The entire city is a National Historic Preservation site, with formidable fortresses and brightly colored buildings.

You’ll get a guided tour of the 500-year-old San Cristóbal Fort and still have plenty of time to shop in the many artisan and souvenir stores that line the streets. Must be 18 or older.»>



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  • Please note: Bacardi Rum Distillery and Old San Juan Tour — Castillo Tours is temporarily closed until further notice.

    Wednesday & Saturday: 1:20pm — 6:30pm
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