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Museo del Agua EPM is a space where science, technology and art come together through an interactive and scenic proposal that transcend the traditional tours by close and sensorial experiences around water.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Carrera 57 # 42-139 | Parque de los Pies Descalzos, Medellin 050023, Colombia
This is a type of 'sleeper' tour that is not widely advertised. First, what they don't tell you is that the visit is a guided tour, so my plan to pop in and kill a short amount of time was thwarted, much to my surprise....More
I had to wait an hour for the 2.15pm tour.....anyhow it was all in Spanish but very interesting....more a school kind of museum to teach the basic of water conservation and not to polute.....a bit ironic knowing how polluted the main river through Medellin is...but...More
this place talks about the history of humanity and how the water was involved in every stage, also the importance nowadays of this to create conscience for a better use, how the innovative city works to have an efficient use of this resource in danger....More
We usually check this museum out when we go to Barefoot Park. It’s a cute little place to take a break from the sun and learn a little bit. I recommend the music room more than anything. It’s nothing spectacular but it’s really cute.
We went to this museum even though I read a review that said if you didn’t speak Spanish not to bother. However, with a basic understanding of how the earth was formed and google translate we were fine. They start with The Big Bang Theory...More
Museo del Agua is less museum and more edutainment - but that is in no way a criticism. This beautifully put together series of interactive displays and hi-tech infotainment is a delight to behold. It helps (greatly) if you speak Spanish, but that shouldn't deter...More
My family and I visited here during our 3 day stay in Medellin (it is a stop on the Hop in Hop Off bus) and really enjoyed it.
There was plenty of staff in each of the 9 exhibit halls and lots of well designed...More
Medellin is proud to have one of the cleanest water systems in the world and this museum shows how is this possible and what can we do to preserve it, as well as all the environments where it can be found. Very educational for the...More