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If you want to learn about Medellín's macabre history, visit this museum. You will learn about the gruesome past from the drug conflict and see what people are doing to move forward and away from it all. May need to carry a knapkin for the...More
It's important to remember, even though Medellin's story is a sad one. The museum is modern and it's not the standard museum approach (different multi-media, video's, postcards etc). However, the most important things, like some audio fragments and the timeline were only in Spanish. They...More
My review will differ from the majority here, as I've visited many such sad places worldwide so I got enough of it, it leaves a bad impression on me and ruins my day.
Most of the facts here you already know, or you can learn...More
This museum gives a very honest history of the violence in Colombia and especially Medellín. At times it is hard to listen to and watch, but it teaches us to learn from the past and have hope for the future. Could be laid out a...More
I don't like museums but was impressed by this one. The words & descriptions are so careful choosen & you can see how much thought & effort went into the design & exhibits. You can sit & take in people's stories. You learn alot about...More
The museum is for free. It has lots of English subtitles. There are movies for you to watch with English subtitles. It was emotional because it shows the strength of the Colombian people despite all that’s has happened.
It is recommended to visit this interesting and important museum with an English guide as most of the display is only in Spanish. It will introduce you to Colombia's history of violence and blood-shade, which will emphasize the transformation Colombia and Medellin has gone through...More
Make time to visit this museum, this “house” that is dedicated to the victims of violence over time in Medellin and Colombia. Admission is free and there is an app that you should download in advance (bring your ear buds) that will assist English speakers...More
Beware as there are minimal english displays. It's also located not near any other attractions, and not that easy to find even on Uber. Also quite difficult and a bit hard to get Uber out.
Displays are simple, but the videos with English subtitles are...More