Museo De Arte Colonial BogotCurrently Closed
- Address: Carrera 6 No. 9–77, La Candelaria, Bogota, 111711, Colombia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +57-13416017
- Ticket Price: 3000 COP
- Tags: Art Museum, Family And Kids
Museo De Arte Colonial Bogot - Review
The home of colonial art, the Museo de Arte Colonial was restored in 1999 to preserve the exhibits and keep it open to public. Not as well maintained as the other bigger museums of the city, the walls are tainted with trail sketches and other such blemishes. While the bottom half of the museum is dictated by the religious artifacts, a majority of the pieces on display are the works of Gregorio Vásquez de Arce y Ceballos, Columbia’s beloved baroque artist.
How To reach Museo De Arte Colonial Bogot by Public Transport
- (Transmilenio)Avenida Jimenez
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95% of people who visit Bogota include Museo De Arte Colonial Bogot in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
45.78% of people start their Museo De Arte Colonial Bogot visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Museo De Arte Colonial Bogot
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Museo De Arte Colonial Bogot, Bogota Reviews
Wonderful museum featuring tons of artwork and artifacts from the 15th century onward.
Nice old colonial building with fountain at the middle. You Will know more about structure of the colonial society. National and d oro museum are far better in the creativity the exposition were built with. Sunday: free entrance.
If you like, or are not aware of the history of south america colonization, this is the place to go.
Recently restored, this museum offers an amazing insight to the country's colonial period. It is very well curated and the art exhibition is on edge. Adding to all of this, the building is just beautiful.
Contains the essence of Colombia