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Original furniture from the home and a large display of pottery from several areas of the country. It cost 4,000 admission or 3,500 for seniors. The second floor housed the pottery and on the ground floor there was a special exhibit of masks.
I can only assume that the foundation has put in a lot of work since the last reviews, because I found this museum EXCELLENT.
It's located in a lovely old building, with a few rooms dedicated to the furniture and paintings of colonial Colombia, as...More
It's not an outstanding museum, it's small, but they have a great collection. It's fee and only takes about 30 minute to walk through. It's all in Spanish unfortunately, but really worth looking at some of the relics they have.
A little bit disappointing by this museum. It's displaying hundred of pieces of pottery, some very interesting. But it's difficult to have further explanations. It really needs more organisation and development to value the artifacts on display.
Entrance fee very reasonable, I was almost the...More
This is a little visited gem in Bogota. It houses the art collection of the Banco Popular. The museum really needs to rename and rebrand itself since the collection is both pre-Columbian pottery and Spanish colonial art housed in a historically significant 17th century home....More