Museums in MedellinEdit This
August 09, 2005 change by reen
The Museo Interactivo (Interactive Museum) is a stylish, tech-saavy museum with a mix of immersion experiences, group activities, hands-on exhibits, and displays of new technology. Built and operated by the Empresas Públicas de Medellín ( the Public Utilities of Medellin), much of the museum is about the services that are provided by that company: electricity, water, gas, and telecommunications. For kids, the phenomenological exhibits are great tools for learning the science of materials, resources, and the infrastructure of the city. The exhibits also more..
photo by: R Vasquez
The Museo de Antioquia is a very interesting museum with lots of works by Fernando Botero, the most famous Colombian artist. The museum also has a great sample of work from the personal collection of the artist, expect to see work by Frank Stella, Robert Rauschenberg, Roberto Matta, among others. 19th and 20th century work by international and national artists can be viewed on the first and second floors. Throughout the museum, and across the street is the Plazo Botero displaying a great selection of bronze more..