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Mitad del Mundo

Autopista Manuel Cordova Galarza | Es un lugar recreativo, de danzas, artesanías, hístorico, San Antonio de Pichincha, Quito 170180, Ecuador
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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 Cuture Museom" (with a display of the lates investigations about the real middle of the world), and a Planetarium. Inside the monument is an interesting Ethnic Museum. Youcan shop and place one foot on the northern Hemisphere and the other on the southern Hemisphere.
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Autopista Manuel Cordova Galarza | Es un lugar recreativo, de danzas, artesanías, hístorico, San Antonio de Pichincha, Quito 170180, Ecuador
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Worth a quick day trip and if you're a science nerd its cool. Since I was in Quito for a while I enjoyed it, but if you have limited time, I'm not sure I'd go just take a snapshot of you on the equator.

Thank Timothy T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Love it love it love it you too would feel the earth the equator what make Ecuador such a wonder go book your flight life is too short

Thank mourad b
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited the old equator line which included gimmicky demonstrations of the effect of being either side of the line. Photo shoots of being on the line is part of the tick list. There are small museums showing model native villages, craft shops and a couple...More

Thank Paula110
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I had visited Intiñán Museum and had low expectations with this visit and actually loved it and spent more time here. You can have a great lunch, stroll around and even buy souvenirs. I loved the fact that French scientists identified this area as zero...More

Thank Elena B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Excellent place to spend time with family and friends , if you want to visit make sure to bring warm clothes if isn't sunny day, is plenty of things to see it around like ,the planetarium,museum, the valley at the top of the volcano,the monument...More

Thank Galo S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I caught the local bus out here paying about $0.25 for the hour or so trip from La Virgin del Panecillo. The site is a bit touristy and is actually located about 500 meters off the actual equatorial line. The various experiments are interesting but...More

Thank juanofthejungle
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We figured this would be just a tourist stop where you take a picture on the equator line, which we did, but it was much more than that. First, we took a $10 ride, sponsored by the hostel where the Free Walking Tour of Quito...More

Thank Jennifer E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Touristy? Yes! But still kinda cool? Yeah! We took a tour paying 10 dollars + entrance for 4 dollars each. We got a guided tour around the museum and some interesting histories about the natives and some very fascinating facts about the equator line. I...More

Thank Alice S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is made for tourists and ends up being one of those places you have to visit. So we did. We basically had a nice walk along the exterior part of the monument, taking in the different memorials and statues, and then headed for the...More

Thank Elsie L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice grounds and many information displays that provided history, science, culture and art. I would recommend the trip if staying in Quito.

Thank rucherrio
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raygawlak
July 20, 2017|
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Response from Just-Ask-Me1937 | Reviewed this property |
I dont know. Didnt see any artists when there in april.
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SVELMalta
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Yes you can access walking
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February 20, 2017|
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Response from zoesailing | Reviewed this property |
There is! In fact, that's part of the tour. The line at the museum is the actual line, calculated by both the ancient Indian tribes and by GPS. We did both locations during our tour of the line, and the Initian museum was... More
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