Museum of Antioquia
The Museum of Antioquia is an art museum in Medellín, Colombia. It houses a large collection of works by Medellín native Fernando Botero and Pedro Nel Gómez. It was the first museum established in the department of Antioquia and the second in Colombia. The museum is located in the center of Medellín on the Plaza Botero near the Parque Berrío metro station.
The National Museum of Colombia, founded by legislation enacted by the first Congress of the Republic on July 28, 1823, is one of the oldest in the Americas. It was officially opened on July 4, 1824, by Vice President General Francisco de Paula Santander.
Archeological Museum of Pasca
Museum located at Pasca, Colombia. It houses a great collection of pre-columbian objects including interesting chibchan mummies. It has a replica of the famous golden boat (Balsa Muisca) found near this town that represents the El Dorado rite.
Children's Museum of Bogotá
The Children's Museum of Bogotá is a privately managed museum foundation in Bogotá, Colombia's capital city, established in 1986 and aimed at teaching children about science, technology, culture and arts. The foundation operates the Children's Museum in an 8,000 m˛ (86,000 ft.˛) building in the geographical center of Bogotá, in which over 23 different modules and hundreds of individual exhibits are housed.
Colombian National Coffee Park
Colombian National Coffee Park (Parque Nacional del Café) is a Colombian theme park located at Montenegro, Colombia. It make up part of the Colombian Coffee-Growers Axis.
The Gold Museum is a museum located in Bogotá, Colombia. It displays an extraordinary selection of its pre-Hispanic goldwork collection - the biggest in the world - in its exhibition rooms on the second and third floors. Together with other pottery, stone, shell, wood and textile archaeological objects, these items, made of what to indigenous cultures was a sacred metal, testify to the life and thought of different societies which inhabited what is now known as Colombia before contact was made with Europe.
The Maloka Museum is an interactive science museum in Colombia located in Bogotá. The visitors can interact with many science-related games. e.g., there is a small aquarium where visitors can interact with animals such as sea-horses or piranhas.
Quimbaya Museum is a museum located in Armenia designed by colombian architect Rogelio Salmona. It displays a large collection of precolumbian artcrafts , about 390 gold objects. 104 pottery, 22 stone sculptures, carved woods, and other issues, mainly from precolumbian Quimbaya civilization, Embera and some other amerindian tribes.
La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino
La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino is a hacienda or Quinta built in the 17th Century, famous for being the death place of Simon Bolivar on December 17, 1830, during this time the estate produced rum, honey and panela. The hacienda is located in the corregimiento of Mamatoco within the tourist district of Santa Marta near the Caribbean sea in northern Colombia. Nowadays functions as a tourist site, museum and historical landmark.
Air Space Museum
The Colombian Air Force leader in the aeronautical development in the country, conscious of the rich historical legacy of the national aviation, creates in 1967 the first aeronautical museum. Notwithstanding, the budgetary limitations and the absence of the support of particular organisms makes this close, same situation suffer the Museum House created in 1981 in the Aviation Military School in Cali. Notwithstanding, the institution persevere and finally in terrains of the Air Base Brigadier General (H) Camilo Daza, headquarter of the military transport air command Catam, in Bogota.
The University Museum was founded in 1970 by agreement Nş3, issued by the honorable Board of Directors of the University of Antioquia by which two old museums were fused. The museum of Natural Science, founded by Eduardo Zuluaga in 1942, and the museum of Anthropology, founded by Graciliano Arcila Vélez in 1943 .