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Great place to spend an hour checking out some interesting art housed in a nice building. The best part is that entrance is free and they offer free wifi. No problem bringing in bags, but there are alarms in front of most of the art...More
Although this museum has a large number of Botero’s works, it also has works for most of the great artists from Picasso, to Dali, and the French impressionists. We were amazed that such art could be shown with free admission. The venue itself is very...More
A fan of Botero is best served by going to this museum for his paintings and sketches and then travelling to Medellin to visit Botero Plaza for his sculptures. Thanks to the artist both are free and both host his classic works. The bonus of...More
What I love about this Museum is that it is quite small, so you can see all in a confortable pace. It has the Botero paintings and sculptures, but also part of his personal collection, many of the the things he bought during his life....More
This is an excellent museum with a lot of the artist's work plus his collection of many artists. The museum is charming and pleasant to walk around and there is also a great cafe where you can have a bite.
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.