Little Known Museums in Medellín Worth a Visit

Sonja takes us to 3 little known museums in Medellín worth a visit: the Water Museum, University of Antioquia Museum and Pedro Nel Gomez House Museum.

The Museum of Modern Art Expansion

The Modern Art Museum in Ciudad del Río has gone through a multi-million dollar expansion for more than a year. The new and improve version is now open.

The History of Cementerio Museo de San Pedro

Cementerio Museo de San Pedro is best known for its “inhabitants,” its luxurious mausoleums and recently for its cultural agenda.

Museo Casa de la Memoria: Dedicated to Victims of Armed Conflict

Museo Casa de la Memoria honors the Victims of Armed Conflict Care Program, started in 2005, and the museum opened its doors to the public in 2012.

Planetario de Medellín: An Exploration of Space

A quick afternoon visit to the Planetario de Medellin, a modern planetarium located north of El Centro that is dedicated to the exploration and education about space, our solar system, and the galaxy beyond.

Museo Casa Gardeliana: A Museum Dedicated to Tango and Carlos Gardel

A visit to Museo Casa Gardeliana, a small museum dedicated Carlos Gardel and the world of tango music, located in Medellín’s Manrique neighborhood.

Museo de Antioquia: Exploring the Works of Fernando Botero

A visit to Medellín’s Museo de Antioquia, located in El Centro, which houses more than 90 works of famed Colombian artist Fernando Botero.

Parque Explora: Aquarium and Interactive Museum of Science and Technology

Enjoy a variety of interactive museums and explore Latin America’s largest freshwater Aquarium at Parque Explora.

Museo del Agua: A Museum Dedicated to the Importance of Water

Medellín’s Museo del Agua, the Water Museum, located within the Parque de los Pies Descalzos is dedicated to the importance of water in our lives.

Casa Museo Otraparte: The Life and Works of Fernando González

Casa Museo Otraparte is a small museum and cultural space in Envigado, Colombia dedicated to the life and works of philosopher Fernando González.