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Botero is 'really big' in Colombia and this gallery provides all the Botero you could ask for. The art works are fun, it's a small but well put together gallery in a beautiful old building. The best part - it's free! You only need a...More
My boys had fun there and while they learned about Botero's style. It's interesting to see that some of his paintings/drawings will tell you the history of Colombia as well.
Go with a good guide, so you can understand more than just 'a paintings of...More
The museum is situated right in the city center, in the historic nighborhood. Don't hesitate to go there because the Botero paintings are everything but boring. Plus you have temp expositions and famous painting from many other artists. The other reason to go there is...More
The Botero Museum is also a must-see attraction in Bogota. And it's free. Both, the Botero paintings and the Botero collection of international art should not be missed. It includes Picasso, Miró, Renoir, Monet and many others.
What a pleasant surprise!!! Not only Museo Botero has masterpieces of the great Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero but it has great painting of his personal collections bought by him in Paris and else.
Beautiful art by him and many pieces that you 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... 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.