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Like all museums sponsored by Banco de la Republica ( colombian Central Bank) is awesome, full of history and first world class facilities and all bilingual English/Spanish and options of audio in other languages.
The way the exposition is layed out, displays, lightings, descriptions - everything is as in best world famous museums.
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Located at the end of the runway at Cali airport this museum is full of real aircraft and also houses hundreds of model aircraft, airline uniforms, airline memorabilia and some old timer cars and a brilliant model...
Awesome exhibits, lots of historically meaningful airplanes and a great museum crew that'll do everything to make your visit pleasant.
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Fernando Botero is consider to be the most important Colombian artist and his paintings and sculptures are exhibit in museums and iconic avenues of cities like Paris, Tokio, Berlin and many others.
It's amazing how close yo get to the paintings without the crowds you find in another famous museums and it's located in a nice house in a neighborhood that you have to visit if you come to Bogotá "La Candelaria",...
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Casa Beto Murgas Valledupar
Today we had the most amazing tour from the host at the museum.
What struck me the most though was the personal tour the owner gives though the museum.
It made a nice change from the usual museums housing archaeological or religious artefacts, and my favourite part was watching a few original short films and cartoons.
A wonderful little museum,definitely worth a visit when in Cali.We were lucky to get a personal tour by very enthusiastic Santiago who really took us back in time showing us films,cameras and other things we total...
I've seen a few museums, favourites being Picasso in Barcelona, MOMA in NYC, both Tates in London, the Nemzeti Galleria in Budapest, in Louver in Paris, Uffizi in Florence, If you enjoyed Henry Moore's home and Mu...
Amazing experience and better than most art museums ive been to
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... greatly located in the heart of the center so makes the walk really amazing from the cathedral thru central square to the parliament via Museo Santa Clara - one of those museum that you have to visit a must!!!
An incredible museum - the paintings on the ceiling and the walls are breathtaking.
Highly recommended, this museum would rank really highly in any city in Europe or the US as well, in fact we found it even better than most historical museums in Europe.
Would still consider this one of the best museums that we have been to in terms of sleek touch screens, videos, audio clips, great story telling on posters and lots of artistic renditions of information about the...
... his cousin was the administrator at that time she gave us both a wonderful tour and invited us to delicious lunch served in there own restaurant, this museum is a must visit while in Armenia with the family!
The museum itself is special and with a nice park surrounding it.
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It is an old cane Hacienda that has been converted to a museum where you self walk to learn about the history of cane, which is also the history of the Cauca Valley... the gardens are spectacular.
Must see very close to Cali nice and educative day trip from take the camera with you, a lot of bird opportunities in the road and in the museum itself
It is attached to Botero museum, so you do both museums at once!
One of the best art museums in South America.
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By far, the best museum in the area and the entry fee is even lower than the other museums with fossils in the area.
A very small museum with a lovely exhibit of pelagic fossils from the area.
Lots of interesting exhibits including some famous Botero paintings that weren't in the Botero Museums in Bogota or Medellin.
I'm a big fan of local history, and I always make it a point to visit the national and local museums when I am abroad.
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The best part of Bogota is La Candelaria...an area rich with history, interesting architecture, unforgettable characters, museums, churches, shopping, pedestrian walkways, street food, restaurants, and more.
One of the most historic places to visit in Bogota, full with colonial architecture, many free museums to visit and places with histories that will entertain you, also many universities around , great restaurants...
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The museum tour is worthy to know about an important family in the city and how the rich families used to live during the first and middle part of the 1900’s years.
A visit to this combination gardens and museum was well worth the trip.
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This is 3 museums in one: pre-contact history, post-contact (especially Bolivar), and indigenous.
It's a beautiful restored colonial house, the downstairs being a free gold museum, and upstairs it tells you much of the history of de-colonization and liberation in Colombia.
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Planatario de Medellin This museum gives you the trip into space that you have always imagined Shaped like a dome, this is yet another great Medellin museum.
Great interactive museum for all ages
Luis was a great tour guide, knowledgeable and funny, who took us through the Museum explaining the cultural and historical influence from hundreds of years ago, then our class was taught by trainer Carlos who des...
Out of curiosity we visited the emerald museum and to our surprise the guide provided an excellent and exhaustive coverage about emeralds.
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Love this museum it takes you back and if you take the narated tour it is even more worthed thry will give you an detailed inside look at the history surrounding simon bolivar and this house .
Bolivar's casa as museum with good guide tour and beautiful surroundings and garden and living in the 1800s
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The statue of Simon Bolivar in the Altar needs to be watched from three sides, you will see something :-) 2.) The museum of modern Art close by is worth a visit as well In total really great, however for Colombia...
great collection of furniture, pottery, arts, a botanic garden and the museum, it is a great experience.
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Together with Botero Museum, maybe half day for each, talking for those really enjoy museums and history.
I truly hate museums, but I liked this one, they have all the history of the colombian money, it's very interesting.
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The museum alone will make it worth your visit.
ChocoMuseo Cartagena
I've been to a few of their museums in Peru and recently visited the Cartagena location.
This museum/store right down the street from Simon Bolivar Park (a great place to relax and people watch) is very unique and a chocolate lovers dream.
Museo del Caribe Barranquilla
This is a must when visiting Barranquilla, very different from conventional museums, easy to get to, right next to a BRT system and close to the Intendencia Fluvial Building and Edificio de la Aduana, both beautif...
Impressed with this place, exellent museum to learn about the history and culture of Colombia, videos about different native tribes and musical rhythms are extraordinary.
The Museum is free if you are 60 or older, 5 or younger, Orr if you live in Barrio 1,2, or 3 (these are the pores neighborhoods).
Museo del Agua is less museum and more edutainment - but that is in no way a criticism.
I agree that the design of the new building is extraordinary, one of the nicest modern art museums I have visited in Latin America.
I definitely connected with the art here more so than at art museums at home (in the USA).
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This is one of my favorite museums to visit.
The museum chronicles the war against Pablo Escobar and his network, with many artifacts recovered after his death (including a Harley Davidson motorcycle).
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This Museum is really interesting, definitely worth seeing!
Just as important as Rafael Nuñez was to today's Colombia, a visit to this Museum should be on the top of your list!
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