Museums Venezuela

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Children's Museum of Caracas
Children's Museum of Caracas (Fundación Museo de los Nińos) is a privately managed museum foundation in Caracas, Venezuela's capital city, established in 1982 and aimed at teaching children about science, technology, culture and arts.

Jesús Soto Museum of Modern Art
In Ciudad Bolívar, between the historical and the modern city, is located the Jesús Soto Museum of Modern Art (Museo de Arte Moderno Jesús Soto). Museum created by Venezuelan artist Jesús Soto, to promote the art and the culture on his native land, taking to one of the cities of greater tradition in Venezuela, a museum of international scenes, which does not have anything to envy to museums of great cosmopolitan cities. In this, the spectator is an important part of the artistic proposals, can be found works where the movement and dynamics, will captivate the people.

Science Museum
The Science Museum is a national, official Venezuelan institution. Its mission is to spread science as well as to contribute to the increase of public knowledge and to the appreciation of the sciences as well as to inform on the scientific heritage of the country. It is also concerned with increasing scientific knowledge, researching, preserving and safekeeping the scientific and cultural heritage of the Museum.

Museum of Art and History
Beautiful colonial building, was built in 1765 by Colonel Cavalry Don Ramon de Ibarrolaburu and Ańorga, who was confiscated from him when it departed for Spain. During times of war hosted at the hospital. It ensured the body of General Manuel Cedeńo and Colonel Ambrosio Plaza, heroes of the Battle of Carabobo. The house is named Colonel Pedro Celis, who acquired in 1839. In this house, the Colonel had the most beautiful dances of the time, they were commentary of the entire city. Today, this house is home to the headquarters of the Museum of Art and History and the founding Lisandro Alvarado.