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Botero’s private collection has some beautiful Picasso, Monet, Kandisky’s and other great early 20th century artists besides an ample show of this work.
Botero’s donation to Bogotá was critical to make this museum an international level art gallery.
A nice place to visit if you like art as here you can see not only Botero's works but as well his collection of famous artists that is open for free for all visitors. I would recommend around 2.5 hours if you want to see...More
I came to bogota from new york and I've just been to the metropolitan art museum. I know comparing isnt the best way, but I must say this museum is way more interesting and entertaining. Definitely the met has much more and broad artworks but...More
The museum located in the Candelaria of Bogota offer to visitors the unique opportunity gains knowledge about Botero, and his Friends, you not only see some of his unique art master pieces, but also Dalli, Gaugin, Ernst, etc. in only 2 hours of visit you...More
This was part of Fernando Botero's personal collection that includes his own work and other famous artists like Picaso, it's not really a Museum in it's self its just a couple of
rooms with exquisite art.
Botero himself was a collector as well as artist. He donated his entire collection to this museum for the people of Colombia and the world. Also the money museum and the other art museum that are part of this complex are very good. Educational, well-done,...More
I did not see wheelchairs as they have in New York. Only the first floor would be possible but there are a few steps up from the street. This museum is in a 250 year old home, so it's not like the Museo de Oro, modern and... More
I did not see wheelchairs as they have in New York. Only the first floor would be possible but there are a few steps up from the street. This museum is in a 250 year old home, so it's not like the Museo de Oro, modern and accessible. I don't remember an elevator. It's best to email the museum. They may have portable ramps.