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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
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We were finishing a tour, which goes out and ends in front of the gold museum, they are in a naranaja uniform.
The guide told us that the gold museum is very beautiful and he invited us to enter and we did it and it...More
We went to the museum on our own, not with a guide. It is very user friendly and the exhibits and signage are terrific. There is a nice cafe with good food and a fantastic gift shop with high quality items for sale. A must...More
We enjoyed the museum overall but the layout of the exhibition was a bit confusing. Lots to read and see. Loved the displays they gave great detail about ancient goldsmithing here in Colombia and abroad. There was a small enclosed room with a timed display...More
A beautifully displayed and most extensive collection of pre-columbian gold artefacts - everything from face masks to jewellery and funerary objects. Best to take a guide or the audio to set things in context and as you need to be selective - you won't have...More
There are over 55000 artifacts in the museum , many very similar - I suspect having a guide makes a visit much better although most exhibits do have an English description in addition to Spanish - what made it for me was having visited the...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.