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So much to see, such lovely pieces, the staff are friendly and dont make you feel bad if you break a rule, I took a picture of an artifact that wasnt allowed, just asked me not to and deleted in. The online photos of the...More
When traveling to Bogota, visitors must stop by La Candelaria and one of the best art museums in Colombia. Botero donated so many works of art, not only his, but well renowned artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Miro etc. And the colonial house is a...More
A must for art lovers. Botero, the painter that painted everyone twice their size. At an auction his was the painting fetched the highest price for a living artist. Personally I love the images he portrays: they bring smile to my face... the museum has...More
This was the highlight of my experience in Bogota. Botero generously donated his own works of art, along with more in his collection including Picasso and Degas. His works include a self portrait, all of his paintings portray subjects grossly overweight.
Have visited the Botero museum in Medellin but this one was also very well done. So nice to see the artist when he donated his works to the country insist the the entry be free so all people could enjoy his works plus others displayed....More
We visited this museum twice in 4 days during our visit in Bogota. That is how much we enjoyed this museum. We took our time and soaked everything in all of the painting and sculptures of Mr. Botero. Highly recommended and this museum is worth...More
I did not see wheelchairs as they have in New York. Only the first floor would be possible but there are a few steps up from the street. This museum is in a 250 year old home, so it's not like the Museo de Oro, modern and... More
I did not see wheelchairs as they have in New York. Only the first floor would be possible but there are a few steps up from the street. This museum is in a 250 year old home, so it's not like the Museo de Oro, modern and accessible. I don't remember an elevator. It's best to email the museum. They may have portable ramps.