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It is located approximately 20 minutes away from Quito, at San Antonio de Pichincha. The "Mitad del Mundo City" surrounding the monument includes several restaurantes and folk-lore shops, museums about the mission that measured the Earth, the "Solar...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Avenida Manuel Cordova Galarza KM. 13/5, San Antonio de Pichincha, Quito 170180, Ecuador
All reviews equator line nice monument actual equator souvenir shops southern hemisphere exact location yellow line interesting place the main attraction science experiments other attractions bucket list both sides entrance fee take pictures worth the trip planetarium
The center of the world or, as you will learn, a point in the 5km wide equator where they measured it 200 years ago.
This park is made up like a mini city and not only includes the actual equator line but other educational centres....More
Great place to visit for a day out, it’s more than just the middle of the world monument. There is also a chocolate museum, traditional indigenous houses, traditional dancing, a gallery of the works of the famous Ecuadorean artist Oswaldo Guayasamin, and much more! Well...More
Nice to be at the Middle Of the Earth. Standing between the North and South hemisphere fun to do. Trying to balance the egg and going into monument for the view also engaging.
This attraction can be a brief stop. Not that much to do...More
This was my 2nd time visiting, but the first time that I received so much information. I never realized how much there was to learn and how misinformed that I've been all my life about the earth's rotation. I will definitely go back.
They've done a nice job making Mitad del Mundo nicer over the past few years. We went on the fall equinox and there were no special events going on but we found some cool sundials and took pics right at local noon. The chocolate museum...More
I have been here on various occasions. It is a MUST SEE for anyone coming to Quito. It is "the Middle of the Word" (earth)! Quito is right on the Equator, so you can stand with one foot on the northern hemisphere and one foot...More