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The Banco de la República Gold Museum houses one of the most important collections of pre-Hispanic metallurgy in the world. As its history, which dates back to 1939, has unfolded, so this institution has become a symbol of Colombia's cultural...more
All reviews gold museum pre hispanic audio guide on display beautiful pieces museo del oro gift shop impressive collection south america entrance fee couple of hours colombian history two hours visiting bogota artifacts metals raft
Altough the center of Bogota is way too crowded and feels a little unsafe, that is where you can find the 3 most interesting museums, and the Emerald trade center which is the ONLY place you should buy emeralds, which are abundant in Colombia. THe...More
Being in Bogota, one place you can visit and learn about the gold is Museo del Oro. It is in downtown and interesting. It could be more if it could have a tour guide from the Museum to explain the history. It could save time...More
There are plenty of museums in Bogota that you can visit for free. Gold Museum is one of those museum, but it is not free. However, the entry ticket is relatively cheap. Inside you will see history about gold and how gold played important roles...More
Exhibits of pre Colombian gold and pottery. Organised by culture, geography and theme.
Very well spaced out over 3 floors, adequate information in Spanish and English.
The museum is an eye opener to the marvels of the art and science of pre colombian cultures as...More
My husband and I are Canadian’s and first time visitors to Columbia. The Gold Museum is a must see visiting Bogota. The exhibition is awe inspiring and full of rich history. Each floor of the exhibition is memorable and rich in culture. Thank you for...More
Response from museodeloro | Property representative |
Dear Dale. Yes, entrance to Museo del Oro-Bogota is free for all every Sunday. Tuesday to Saturday it costs COP 4000, and is free for children under 12 and adults over 60. Visiting should take two hours or more, and there is... More
Dear Dale. Yes, entrance to Museo del Oro-Bogota is free for all every Sunday. Tuesday to Saturday it costs COP 4000, and is free for children under 12 and adults over 60. Visiting should take two hours or more, and there is a coffee shop and a restaurant, and a shop, indeed. You are welcome.