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Extraordinary small museum in Bogota. A house built around 1500. But really is a donation by a Dame of Colombia, in the 50's. Small but wonderfull. Great ! Don't miss it. It will take no more than one hour.
I visited this museum during my stay in Bogota. I found the museum extremely small. You only need 15 minutes to see it. I think it is useful for the visitors to know how small this museum is. Some interesting items are exhibited.
While I would not suggest traveling a long distance within Bogota to see this, since we were staying nearby, it was a pleasant walk through Parque 93 and up to this museum, located in its own park. It presents the personal collection of Mercedes Sierra...More
We were staying a few blocks from this lovely hacienda - it's well worth the time to view the lovely home and gardens. The artifacts are all labelled in Spanish but it's not necessary to know all the details - just enjoy the settings and...More
This small gem of a museum is tucked into a lovely park in an upscale neighborhood in Bogota and offers an interesting collection of porcelain, silver, religious objects, glassware, and other European and American decorative items from the 18th through 20th centuries. The inner-courtyard gardens...More
The Museo del Chicó is set in beautiful grounds and outlines the history of the hacienda of Mercedes Sierra de Perez and of her good works. It is immaculately maintained with period furnishings and a variety of porcelain, glass and exotic objets d’art. The central...More
El Chico Hacienda museum is near Parque 93 and where we were staying. It was a fun and interesting diversion but I wouldn't rate it a must-see. The museo provides a glimpse of hacienda living for a prominent historical family in Bogota of the past....More
I wouldn't call this museum stunning or integral to your Bogota trip, but it's worth visiting if you have free time. The museum is in an old hacienda that belonged to a wealthy family. Though diminutive in size, it has a beautiful collection of objects...More
I didn't drive but from what I could see there was very little parking available inside the museum site. Parking is available on the streets around it though if you can navigate the Bogota one-way system!! I walked there.