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Mayo W wrote a review Nov 2019
St. Albans, United Kingdom45 contributions8 helpful votes
We drove to this small museum but it was amazing how they displayed their finds of very large marine fossils. The guide has stilted English but we understood that the area is full of fossil finds and is very significant in Colombia
Date of experience: November 2019
Snowmaninsummer wrote a review Aug 2019
Bridgeport, Connecticut120 contributions31 helpful votes
I visited this museum in Villa de Leyva. It is small but very well maintained and run by the Universidad Nacional. Staff was very friendly. Although I got there at almos lunch time when it closes, I had the chance to walk around.
Date of experience: August 2019
AVSZ2013 wrote a review Jul 2019
Bogota, Colombia53 contributions11 helpful votes
It is only a 20 minute walk from the center of town. Small but very well organized. 6000 COP for adults and 4000 for children. It has a paleogarden in the back very well maintained.
Date of experience: July 2019
MisterELL wrote a review Mar 2019
Washington DC, District of Columbia135 contributions22 helpful votes
Villa de Leyva boasts some of the most in-tact examples of dinosaur fossils in Colombia. Most notably the Sauropods, that lived in the small seas created as Colombia rose from the ocean. Its a great place to take children and stoke their imaginations.
Date of experience: September 2018
AUGUSTO M wrote a review Feb 2019
Villa de Leyva, Colombia5 contributions1 helpful vote
Interesting exposition of limited size not requiring more than 30 minutes to appreciate while the exposition is housed in a centuries old flour mill which is as interesting to walk in and around of as the paleontology exposition it houses
Date of experience: December 2018