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Museum
“So good that it should not be missed! There's time for cultural activities too. The Gold Museum is a great opportunity for you to make a different view of the way indigenous tribes were using the gold, not only as a symbol of wealth but also as a piece of jewelry for their armors, especially the chiefs of their communities. You will find this and much more inside this beautiful place called: Museo del Oro.”
  • 252 moradores locais recomendam
  • 7 Experiências
Castelo
“Fue la fortaleza militar de la corona Española en la epoca de la conquista de america. It was the military fortress of the Spanish crown at the time of the conquest of America.”
  • 140 moradores locais recomendam
  • 2 Experiências
Museu de Arte
“The Museum of Antioquia (Museo de Antioquia) is an art museum in Medellín. It houses a large collection of works by Medellín native Fernando Botero and Pedro Nel Gómez. It was the first museum established in Antioquia department and the second in Colombia. The museum is located in the center of Medellín on the Botero Plaza near the Berrío Park metro station.”
  • 89 moradores locais recomendam
  • 3 Experiências
History Museum
“A Must :-) It is the oldest in the country and one of the oldest in the continent, built in 1823. Its fortress architecture is built in stone and brick. The plant includes arches, domes and columns forming a sort of Greek cross over which 104 prison cells are distributed, with solid wall façade. The museum houses a collection of over 20,000 pieces including works of art and objects representing different national history periods. Permanent exhibitions present archeology and ethnography samples from Colombian artefacts dating 10,000 years BC, up to twentieth century indigenous and afro- Colombian art and culture.”
  • 88 moradores locais recomendam
Theme Park
“ It is an incredible theme park, about animals, astronomy, and many other things, great to also go with children. Es un parque temático increíble, sobre animales, astronomía y muchas otras cosas, ideal para ir también con niños.”
  • 84 moradores locais recomendam
Museu de Arte
“This sculptor is probably the most famous in Colombia, and there’s a ton of his stuff here. If you’re into art, this is the place for you!”
  • 61 moradores locais recomendam
  • 2 Experiências
Museum
“Nice museum that also has cinema, good cafes and its in a good area to hang out”
  • 75 moradores locais recomendam
  • 3 Experiências
Museu de Arte
“Modern art museum (the first in Colombia) with an important collection including pieces by Colombian and American artists, in addition to constant exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. It also boasts a cinematheque Carrera 1 #5-105 Tuesday to Saturday: 10AM – 7PM Sundays: 2PM – 6PM Mondays: closed ”
  • 54 moradores locais recomendam
  • 1 Vivencie
Local Histórico
“Quiet place for families, Nice botanical garden, nice arquitecture, history”
  • 79 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“Is a Gothic-style castle. beautiful gardens and an amazing view of Medellin city. The museum preserves art by colombian masters. the museum also offers a small cafe for refreshments and snacks”
  • 47 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“Go To the Equator and Have a Laugh at Its Quirky Attractions La Mitad del Mundo (the Middle of the World) is one big tourist attraction near Quito. This is where the equator passes through Ecuador. It’s all at latitude zero, just north of Quito. Is Going To the Equator Really Worth It? The equator attractions are completely touristy, out of the way from central Quito, and the main monument isn’t even actually on the equator. Despite these downsides, going to the equator can still be a quirky and fun thing to do in Quito. It’s a half-day diversion outside of the city. For those with only one day or two days in Quito, perhaps the equator attractions could be something to skip. But if you’re in Quito for more than a few days, it’s almost necessary to add it to your Quito itinerary. Come see what all the fuss is about and snap a few equator-selfies! A pathway leads to the Mitad del Mundo equator monument Understand there are two separate Quito equator attractions: Ciudad Mitad del Mundo, Museo Solar Intiñan Quito Equator Attraction #1: Ciudad Mitad del Mundo The equator monument at Ciudad del Mundo isn't actually on the equator as proven by GPSMitad del Mundo is the location of the main equator monument and that big yellow equator line to snap an equator selfie on top of. Just realize that modern GPS technology shows that the monument was actually erected about 230 meters south of the actual equator. Oops! They haven’t changed the line, nor is there any mention of the inaccuracy at the famed monument. It’s close enough. The monument here is the main attraction. But there’s an entire “equator city” that surrounds it. That’s known as the Ciudad Mitad del Mundo (Middle of the World City). Here, visitors will find loads of tourist shops, cafes, a planetarium, a train ride, and other little attractions.”
  • 54 moradores locais recomendam
  • 1 Vivencie
History Museum
“Free entry to our Gold Museum. Whilst not the same as the Bogota museum, this is a worthwhile visit that will give you a great overview of the old indigenous populations of the whole Santa Marta region and how the influenced the area.”
  • 40 moradores locais recomendam
Galeria de arte
“Recently renovated museum. It includes a permanent collection by feminist Medellin-born artist Debora Arango. It has a movie theater usually for independent movies, free outside cinema, nice museum shop...”
  • 27 moradores locais recomendam
  • 2 Experiências
Museum
“Really close if you grab a taxi no more than $3 per ride. Emblematic cultural place and incredible architecture.”
  • 47 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“Best place to look around the city's history from ancient cultures of Quito through the colonialization of our city and the freedom that got us to be a republic. Personal opinion: favorite museum!”
  • 40 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“It's worth the walk east along Calle Larga to one of Ecuador's most significant museums. While there's some great modern art downstairs, the highlight is on the 2nd floor. Here begins a comprehensive voyage through Ecuador's diverse indigenous cultures, with colorfully animated dioramas and reconstructions of typical houses, including of Afro-Ecuadorians from Esmeraldas province, the cowboy-like montubios (coastal farmers) of the western lowlands, several rainforest groups and all major highland groups. The finale features rare and eerie tzantzas (shrunken heads) from the Shuar culture of the southern Oriente. Included in your visit is the Archaeological Park”
  • 29 moradores locais recomendam
  • 2 Experiências