Santa Clara Church MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Carrera 8 No. 8–91, La Candelaria, Bogota, 111711, Colombia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +57-13376762
- Ticket Price: 3000 COP
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Museum, Family And Kids, Architecture , Sculpture
Santa Clara Church Museum - Review
The Santa Clara Church Museum ( Iglesia Museo Santa Clara), in its glory days of the colonial era, was a church which has now been turned into a museum for preservation purposes. The uniqueness of the church lies in its architecture which is a single-nave with painted motifs on the spirals. Easily one of the top 3 works of colonial architecture, the walls of the church are completely covered in paintings and altarpieces and statues of saints. The museum displays paintings and sculptures dated somewhere around the 17th century.
How To reach Santa Clara Church Museum by Public Transport
- (Transmilenio) Avenida Jimenez
Restaurants Near Santa Clara Church Museum
- La Ventana (Breakfast/brunch recommended)
- Santo Pecado (specializes in Columbian, Caribbean and Latin cuisines)
- Club Colombia (local cuisine recommended)
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Things to Know Before Visiting Santa Clara Church Museum
91.24% of people who visit Bogota include Santa Clara Church Museum in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
48.65% of people start their Santa Clara Church Museum visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Santa Clara Church Museum
90.06% of people prefer walking in order to reach Santa Clara Church Museum
Santa Clara Church Museum Trips
The church is very good,beautiful
One of the oldest buildings in Bogotà original a convent, now a museum. Church exhibits and good modern thought provoking installation
Incredible Museum, jaw dropping! Must see in Bogota.
Great church converted into a museum
Great architecture. Interesting pieces of colonial religious art. Worth the visit.