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If you have 30 minutes to spare and want to learn more about the independence movement in Colombia, visit this nice little museum. The story of "El Florero de Llorente" is fascinating. You will need to pay 4,000 pesos in cash to enter.
Late 16th century colonial house right on the corner of Plaza de Bolívar where the beginnings of Colombian independence from Spanish rule began. Exhibition is largely in Spanish although apparently there are English guided tours. Lovely house and front courtyard. Plain garden at rear with...More
I tried numerous times to visit Museo Del 20 De Julio and was finally successful. They seemed to always be closed. It's a nice little museum and very inexpensive to visit (under $3.00), but unless you read Spanish there isn't much you'll understand (except that...More
Situated in a beautiful old colonial house, this is a great history museum that tells you so much about the history of Colombia and Bogotá. The location is awesome since it is located next or almost on plaza Bolivar.
We went to visit this museum. The staff is very friendly. The admission is 3,000 COP or about $1.25. They asked if we were seniors & gave us free entry. The museum tells the story of Columbia's independence. There are about 10% of the signage...More