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Bogota Marriott Hotel

Av El Dorado 69 B-53  Bogota  Colombia 

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Visitor's Guide: Bogota

Museo Nacional de Colombia

Archaeology, Ethnography and Contemporary Art
  • Carrera 7 No. 28-66  Between Calle 28 and 29 
  • Bogota, 
  • Phone: +57 1 334 8366/+57 1
  • Fax: +57 1 381 6490
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  • Neighborhood: North / Lago
  • Category: Contemporary Art
  • Hours: Tu to Sa from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM,Su from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
  • Accessible for persons with disabilities: yes


This peculiar building was initially designed as a prison by the English architect Thomas Reed. It became a museum in 1948 after some internal reconstruction. The exhibits, displayed on three floors, range from pre-Columbian artifacts to contemporary art. The ground floor has a display of archeology and ethnography and numerous artifacts that represent the culture of pre-Columbian societies. The first floor exhibits paintings, furniture and many other objects from the colonial and independence periods. The second floor focuses on the art works of the best-known Colombian painters, such as Botero, Obregón and Grau. Museo Nacional de Colombia (National Museum of Colombia) also organizes temporary exhibitions of well-known international and national artists. For a pleasant respite, take a seat in the cafe opposite the bookshop and enjoy a cup of Colombian coffee while looking through some of the fine art books on display.

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