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You have to look hard for this museum. It presents an interesting aspect of looking at the animals that live in Ecuador. $2.00 gets you in to a rather musty room, full of skeletons. I would rate it higher, but it is somewhat neglected. But...More
We tried valiantly to find this museum. We had a new map of attractions from the tourism office, which shows this museum. However, in the neighborhood, we asked close to a dozen people who lived or was working in the area, but no one knew...More
The place is very hard to find and wasn't open on our first visit but when went back there later to be greatly welcomed. The museum is very small and consist of 3 rooms where are well presented more than 120 squelettes. The information given...More
THis was on the opposite side of the block from our hotel, and looked interesting, but it never seemed to be open. I went by 4 or 5 times during posted open hours, but never did get to see it. Too bad, it sounds very...More
This place was recommanded in my french travel guide. I was able to find it with the address in hand, but it is very easy to pass thru, as the add at the entrance is small and difficult to spot in this busy street. Also,...More
Happened to stumble upon this little bone museum today. Because it was so small, $2/person seemed a little high. But it was very fascinating! We even had a little guidance through the place. The guy answered a few of our questions. It doesn't take long...More
Mildly amusing and slightly macabre little museum of skeletons of native Ecuadorian fauna (+ a baby elephant).
I'm a biologist, I found it interesting.
$2 to get in - probably only a 20-30 minute visit though.