Medellín Museums Tour

Medellín Museums Tour
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$95
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

Join a local guide for a unique tour of Medellín's many museums that highlight the city's history and the art, including works by Fernando Botero. Learn why Medellín was dubbed the world’s most innovative city in 2013 by the 'Wall Street Journal,' as you gain insights into the city's past and present. The tour highlights Medellín’s transformation and progress over the decades on visits to the San Pedro Cemetery Museum, Museum of Antioquia, Museum of Modern Art and Castillo Museum.

Your personalized tour of Medellín's museums begins with pickup at your hotel (if option selected), and explores the city's many cultural collections.

Your first stop is El Castillo Museum (The Castle) to explore the ornate collection of tapestries, stained glass, and other relics of one of Medellín's richest and most prestigious families. Next, view international and Latin American contemporary art at the Modern Art Museum.

Take a step back in time at the 19th-century San Pedro Cemetery as you admire the elaborate mausoleums of important Colombian figures from the world of literature, economics, politics and commerce that helped shape Colombia’s second largest city. Today, it serves as a museum that celebrates architectural qualities such as the tombs' beautiful marble and bronze sculptures.

The tour ends with a visit to the Antioquia Museum, where paintings and sculptures by the world-famous local artist Fernando Botero are proudly displayed.

Join a local guide for a unique tour of Medellín's many museums that highlight the city's history and the art, including works by Fernando Botero. Learn why Medellín was dubbed the world’s most innovative city in 2013 by the 'Wall Street Journal,' as you gain insights into the city's past and present. The tour highlights Medellín’s transformation and progress over the decades on visits to the San Pedro Cemetery Museum, Museum of Antioquia, Museum of Modern Art and Castillo Museum.