Best Art Galleries In Cartagena Near Me

LA PRESENTACION CASA MUSEO DE ARTE Y CULTURA Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas Museo Naval del Caribe Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum Barrio Getsemani Cartagena Bolivar Casa Museo Rafael Núñez La Tienda del Museo Caribbean and Emerald Jewelry Museum Plazuela del Pozo Galeón Bucanero Fort of las Tenazas Museo de la Esmeralda Museo de Muñecas y Carritos Un Momento de Fantasía Galería Del Arzobispado Emerald Museum. Joyeria CARIBE Museo de la Santa María Bernarda Tierra Magna


· 368 reviews

85, Cl. 38 #5, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Pamela Vásquez: It is closed due to the pandemic: s
Javier Soria Rincón: They serve great coffee. Its cloister is an orchard, green, leafy and refreshing. Ideal to shelter from the heat and the sun by drinking something cool.Art center as well as cafeteria, creative and innovative.
Laura Ayala: A very beautiful and quiet place, with different works to show and for free! Walled city in Cartagena.
Jorge Luis de la Fuente Añazco: Magical place to enjoy national and international cultural exhibitions👨🏻‍🎨👩🏻‍🎨🎨It is worth mentioning that it is the headquarters of the Piano Club! 🎹It also has its own Hotel, Chapel and Restaurant🛋🍕
Roberto Ardila González: It is a house-museum in which you can breathe a very peaceful, very pleasant atmosphere, with fine decoration, interior gardens with a fountain, abundant vegetation, a very pleasant temperature, very wide corridors, sports courts, exhibitions of paintings and sculptures. It also has a cafeteria where you can talk in a quiet environment and savor a delicious coffee or a soft drink. There is no parking space, there is access for wheelchairs.
DANIEL CABARCAS DUQUE: there is nothing cheap
Carlos Francisco Arroyo Varilla: Cultural and educational site
Gisella Pastrana Koreiä: I love visiting the museum.
WH Zhang: The space is very well designed. The coffee is great!
Daniela Guerrero: The atmosphere is perfect and ideal to enjoy the works of art and the nature of the place.
Léo Barbieri: Um museu, uma universidade, um jardim lindo e um belo café.
Chip Milosch: Good coffee, nice breakfast
Mar Aranda: Excellent place to visit
Justin Curran (Vicengineer): Amazing hidden gem, art gallery, coffee shop and musical performances
Sergio Barragán Montiel: Excellent place
Louis Boutet: Très beau site au centre de la ciudad amuraillada
antonio miguel arteaga alfaro: Excellent weekly cultural programming, literary gatherings, recitals and art exhibitions accompanied by a red wine or a Cuban mojito!
Danilo P Lambertinez: Super... good attention from Hainner.
CARTAGENA BTL & PRODUCTION: Excellent comfortable spacious cool place and the attention of your human talent is the best!
Mabel Pachon: A large and beautiful architectural space ingeniously distributed in various rooms where you can see exhibitions by various artists and enjoy a good coffee or taste a beer.
Luzmayda Luna: Beautiful

2. Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas - Pie del Cerro



· 39862 reviews

Barrio Pie del Cerro, Avenida Antonio de Arévalo. Carrera 17., Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas: what do users think?
Cesar Gomez: Very nice placeVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Tefa_Duarthe: Beautiful, with a lot of culture and they give discounts to both teachers and students and the elderly. I recommend that you pay a tour guide to tell you the story, you can find it right there inside the Castle, do not hire outside.
Ronald Opazo Cerpa: Beautiful place and very safe.
Iván Herrera: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended YesMore
Diego Ruiz: Visited on Weekday Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended NoMore
NORMA RETAMOZO: Vale la pena, excelente experiencia. El último fin de semana de cada mes las entradas son gratis para los visitantes nacionales.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Dayro José Rivera Gómez: Wait time 1 hr+More
Guillermo Gomez: Imposing military fort built in 1657.Admission is not free. The entrance does not include a Guide, you must pay for it. That shows poor management and organization. Tourists want to know the story narrated and told.
Carlos Gallego: Cool
Monica Roman: Visited on Weekend Wait time No waitMore
Rodolfo Diaz: Visited on Weekday Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended YesMore
Mafe Castillo: Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended Not sureMore
Johanna Hoyos: Visited on Weekday Wait time No waitMore
Guillermo ESCOBAR ALDANA: Although it is a historical site, the clutter and siege of people who sell tourism plans make the visit unpleasant.
Josue Urango: An unforgettable experience, with a beautiful view and a great story...
Santiago Galindo: Excellent place to learn a bit of history, I highly recommend hiring a guide from those who are outside, they are very friendly and it is good to support.
Sharon Estefany Baquero Hartmann: It is interesting and beautiful to go there. In my case we separated the tour in a chiva and it took us to several places including the Castillo de San Felipe. Everything was perfect 💯
Harold Espinosa Duque: just magicalVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
jamheadm: actuales aparte de los carnet.(Translated by Google
Alexandra K.: Foreigners pay 30k cop entrance. Be aware that when you walk through the dark tunnels under the castle, many Colombians get easily disoriented and start to act irrationally and loud. Some start dancing in the tunnels.

3. Museo Naval del Caribe - Centro

· 2193 reviews

Cl. de San Juan de Dios #62 3, Cartagena de Indias, Cartagena, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Museo Naval del Caribe: what do users think?
Tefa_Duarthe: Good ratio quality/price.History is interesting.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Iván Herrera: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sureMore
Avon venta e inscripciones Alejandra: Very nice recommendedVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More
Ruby Prada: Excellent place, recommended
Alexandra Marin: Interesting to know the history of the country and especially Cartagena
Mireya Bautista Duran: Interesting and with a lot of history
C h r i s t i a n: Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended NoMore
Silvia Maria Bolaño Fuentes: Very nice stairs for the second you have to be very careful.
Andrés Escobar: Very interesting museum to learn about Colombian and Latin American naval history.
Donato cotes: Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sureMore
Olga Andreyeva: You can go inside a helicopter, boat, submarine, etc. Very nice scale models of ships and forts.Visited on Weekend Reservation recommended No …More
Miyashiro Seiichi: 99 percent of the exhibition are after the invasion of spain. The history and culture of the natives are scarce. Though I know their history was lost, archeological progress must be displayed.
Zoe Martinez: I went to an art exhibitionVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait …More
Ensuncho De La Bárcena: A real scenario of the city that inspires the best. Excellent curatorship and museography. Highly recommended!
RICARDO CIFUENTES: Well, its history takes us back to everything about the Colombian Navy
Giovanni Oñate: Nice place
Brandon Carroll: Really cool place to learn interesting history of Cartagena and the naval history.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Alejandra Avendaño: Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended NoMore
Horacio José Paz: Half neglected museum. Few objects. One interesting room. Tour the history of Cartagena.
Philippe RABOUIN: Un musée très détaillé sur différentes périodes.

4. Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum - Centro

· 2650 reviews

46, Plaza de Bolivar Carrera 3 33, Bolívar, Colombia

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Palace of the Inquisition Cartagena Historical Museum: what do users think?
Janin Mei: The museum is very beautiful and informative. I went with a friend who doesn't speak Spanish and for her it was very boring because almost nothing is translated into English.Also, it doesn't take long to explore it- if you speak Spanish I recommend it.
Juan Diego Molina Montoya: The place preserves the nostalgia that only the passage of time can give to a place with so many years reflected on its walls.
Fáber Alexánder Gallego Obando: Nothing to do with the space that was one day. There is no guide service, closed rooms. It doesn't justify paying for what little it offers.
Chris Korpuze: Good little museum with the history of cartagena. Just a few translate in English. Cool to spent a hour their.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure …More
Hugo Amigo: Know part of history! Religion is the man looking for God. Christianity is the story of a Deus of love that seeks to repay the home. The inquisition is an inferno raised by men who say they act in the name of God. Conheça a Cristo somente, ele é a Porta e o Caminho aos ceus.COMPLAINTIt was usually done anonymously,orally or in writing.It was the process in which the validity of thecomplaint, investigating to see if there were meritsenough to prosecute the defendant.QUALIFICATIONMoment in which the defendant was informed that he waswould initiate a process against him, This occurred in twoforms: Inquisitio Specialeis and the Inquisitio Generalis;in the first, individually the parish priest of thetown of the defendant took the summons to hishome, for the suspect to turn himself in forimprisoned. The second, in the absence of adetermined suspect, consisted of promulgating thecall in a space where there could beheretics, to give themselves up.CITATIONHe wanted the defendant to acknowledge that he wascommitting a crime against faith. The procedurewas in secret and was carried out in the presence of tworeligious, the notary and the inquisitorial judgeINTERROGATIONIf the prisoner did not confess during the interrogation, the procedure wasto the application of torture, under the premise that thetruth extorted through torture is validTORMENTJUDGMENTIt occurred if the prisoner resisted despite the torment and thecourt came to establish guilt.
Mari C: Museu impactante e recomendo pra todos que queiram saber mais sobre os absurdos da inquisição! Eu fui com expectativas baixas, mas valeu MUITO a visita.
Stephanie P. G.: I went on a Sunday in June/2023, the adult ticket is $23,000, there are three floors and it does not have an elevator, so it is an issue to take into account if your health does not allow you to climb stairs. The building has been restored and is beautiful, on the first floor are the exhibitions on the inquisition and human rights, a cool audiovisual recreating what it was like to blame and "prosecute" someone. On the second and third floors, it is related to the history of Cartagena. I like that the people from the museum are betting on showing Cartagena's Afro heritage as well. Recommended, if you have the chance to go, I recommend it.Of course, it would be nice if they could have guides to better complement the tour and tell some tourists that they should not step on or lie down... It would also be cool to have something more interactive with screens showing audiovisuals with oral history, with other people to give their perspectives and reconstruction of certain facts that are usually left out by the political / historical interests of the people.
W: A gloomy place, but with many stories.Visited on Weekend Wait time No wait …More
Jairo Florez: pero aprendes cosas nuevas(Translated by Google
Carlos Sotelo: Interesting facts about the inquisition are known
Dr. Abby: I love museums. This one was unfortunately the worst maintained one I've visited. I worry about how long some of their artifacts will last. Some exhibits are described in Spanish and English, but most in Spanish only. Overall, I learned a lot about how slavery, the Inquisition, and the fight for independence impacted the area.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Jorge Arturo Soto Villamizar: Excellent.Visited on Weekend …More
carlos alamos: Few original samples. I expected more for such a historic city. Missing to see archive documents or exhibits of old pieces. Only 2 themes. inquisition and slavery
Gian Carlo de Melo: Não vale o ingresso. O museu está cheio de plotagem e poucas obras de verdade. Muita maquete, além de só ter 1 sala climatizada descente. No mais, muito quente.A parte de inquisição é melhor consultar informações on-line.
Miguel Prieto: Very disappointed. First of all, you need to pay to come in and then there is not even a/c. Barely any items on exhibition, just some panels with stories that you can read on any website
Maibeth Mejia: The Palace of the Inquisition is a place that houses all the history that the first settlers of Cartagena lived through. The facilities are poorly cared for, they lack maintenance, the bathrooms are poorly cleaned. It was not a good experience.
Elias Razo: Several rooms were closed and the exhibitions were incomplete. It is an historical building so I think the government should invest more on restore it.
Rohit Gupta: Great serviceVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More
Arpana Sharma: Ok
Sophie Frank: No english translation, not really interesting

5. Barrio Getsemani Cartagena Bolivar - Getsemaní

· 16 reviews

Crra9No39-12, Cartagena de Indias, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Tim Barreto: This neighborhood is very pretty, full of life, art and many restaurants, clubs, parties and shops. It is a very colorful neighborhood and recommended for walking and seeing a little more of the tourist options that Cartagena offers
Mari DiMi: Colori, colori ovunque! Turistico? Senz'altro, ma vale assolutamente la pena perdersi nel dedalo delle viuzze colorate di Getsemani e scoprire ad ogni angolo un particolare, un murales, le attività degli abitanti, la vita caotica che anima il quartiere storico di Cartagena! Col senno di poi, avrei approfittato delle innumerevoli possibilità di fare un tour guidato, ma non abbiamo avuto molto tempo per poterci organizzare in tal senso.
Carlos alberto Puentes: Very colorful place but the contrast with the bad smell and the garbage did not combine at all.
Angie Seelal: Very fun and unique perspective to the art on wall...plants on buildings...flags...banners...people are welcoming and friendly. Stop at any bar or restaurant and grab an arepa they were amazing!!!!Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Horacio Blanco: Beautiful neighborhood, full of art, color and life, beautiful to walk around early and take a few photos.
Hannah Lynn: Getsemani is a great place to wander around
Lautaro Jordan Lobo Ravarotto: Beautiful, many colorful houses and colonial architecture. Streets with hanging umbrellas, flags, kites... unique!
Joaquin Torres: If you are one of those people who look at the floor when you walk, I do not recommend it.The Getsemaní neighborhood is for those who enjoy color, those who appreciate urban art, those daring who look for every corner to take a good souvenir photograph. In this neighborhood, you can appreciate the love of Cartagena. Worth a visit
Yaneth Gamba: It is a very beautiful neighborhood, colorful and with a colonial atmosphere. I feel that the decorations are a bit old, it would be good if they kept them more well cared for, and keep the odors under control, there were some places that smelled a lot of urine.
karen melo: Car access to this sector should not be allowed as they damage the streets, buildings and do not allow visitors to walk safely
Daisy Medina: Beautiful place !
Anyi Cheu: Must place to take pictures!Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Ado Lito: Ein wunderschöner Teil der historischen Altstadt.
Eladio Valerio: The picturesque Gethsemane neighborhood. As I was able to investigate on some Internet sites, in 2018 Forbes magazine included Gethsemane among the 12 coolest neighborhoods in the world.On almost all the walls of the buildings that make up the neighborhood, you can see beautiful paintings and graffiti.There I had read that walking through those streets is like entering a multicolored art gallery. The owner of that phrase was not very wrong.It draws attention as one of the poorest neighborhoods in Cartagena, it became the "boom" of tourism.It is worth your visit.
Conner Regan: Brilliant ambience some really cool vibes and bar’s restaurantsVisited on Weekend Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
Alejandra Prieto: It is very picturesque, happy, music on every street... magical.

6. Casa Museo Rafael Núñez - El Cabrero

· 812 reviews

Cra. 2 #41-89, Cartagena de Indias, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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PJSD: As a Historic House it is excellent to visit, but its administration is terrible and it is truly embarrassing. Rafael W. Nuñez 4 times President of Colombia and these srs who manage your house museum do not feel Pride or Patriotic duty to not even raise a Flag of Colombia and Cartagena in their house. Neither on National Holidays are they able to raise the Colombian flag. We need a lot of patriotism and love for our nation. Starting with these people who earn salaries, in which they have the work and the honor of taking care of these national monuments.
Ricardo Pedraza: House where the 4 times president Rafaél Núñez lived
Ernesto León Ibarra: A must visit historical site
Javier Martinez: The house of a president who gave us the Colombian constitution and the Colombian national anthem
bordados cbs: Its facilities are beautiful and the attention of the staff is excellent
Emerzon López: Residence-turned-museum dedicated to multi-time elected former Colombian presidentCome and visit
Marjolaine Plante: Le 2e étage était fermé. Vraiment rien à voir à part la cour intérieur.
agrazsanchez: Excelente, recomiendo que si viene a cartagena pasen a conocer la casa . Entrada gratis y muy informativo .
Francisco Hurtado: Casa muy conservada más de 100 años de construida
Mariela MOYA HUERTAS: Disponibilidad de personal para hacerte conocer la historia e importancia del Museo y conocer un poco más de Colombia y la bella Cartagena.
Daniel Dupuis: Jolie mais une seule pièce à visiter : bureau bibliothèque.
john Torres: Muy bonita esta casa donde vivio el presidente Rafael Nuñez. Lo malo solo se pudo visitar la planta baja. Lástima

7. La Tienda del Museo - Centro

· 3 reviews

Calle Plaza de San Pedro 08, Blas De Lezo #4, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Cesar Mesa (Experto en Marketing): Tiene elementos muy bonitos y antiguos.

8. Caribbean and Emerald Jewelry Museum - Bocagrande

· 363 reviews

Cl. 5 #2-51, Cartagena de Indias, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Caribbean and Emerald Jewelry Museum: what do users think?
Szymon R: Great experience!!!
Elizabeth Cristina Zevallos: Nice place to walk buy and meet
Cristina Vallejos: Interesting to visit.
jackie c: Very interesting tour of the museum. Easy to work with and very friendly.
Christine Turner: Great selection of jewellery. Helpful staff.
Erika Fuentes Claveria: Tour of the emeralds, spectacular
jon hannasch: Educational museum about emeralds and large selection of jewelry
alvaro lavacude: Excellent facilities, very safe, highly qualified personnel, provide confidence to make purchases without any fear.
luis enrique: It is the second time that I go, very good explanation about the emerald mines
Eileen Bevern: Great cruise and destinations.
Loren Santos: Great experience, so informative and friendly staff
Francisco Valverde B.: Worth seeing. Jewelry with excellent prices.
Lucy Jorge: On my trip to Cartagena I went to the jewelry store and museum and I found it very interesting and I also bought a jewel with which I had a situation that they knew how to solve with a lot of professionalism. If I had the chance to go to Colombia I would go back again. Excellent service.
Manuel Alejandro Abreo Devars: I liked the jewelry.
Sean Moore: Very sad and terrible experience. I was followed into the bathroom and intimidated by some sobaka that works there. Been to over 65 countries across 7 continents and have never been treated as such. Terribly sad that in 2023 there are still people who have such poor mannerisms and education
Carlos Llera Novau: Curious exhibition-museum but it is a tourist visit, included in a City-Tour, which feels like an abuse of the tourist's time. Cheeky business approach.
Tom Hart: Visited in March. Took the jewelry making class, toured the museum and store. Our instructor, Ada, was so patient with us and we have handmade souvenirs to take home. (Plus my wife's purchase from the store) The owners even posed with my wife with her new necklace.
Mario Mazzei serrano: Excellent information on the subject of the emerald, its history, its exploitation and its use in jewelry.
Jaume Aleu Lorente: Little museum and many emerald shops, typical of the area. only for purchases
Travel City Tours: Excellent museum experience.

9. Plazuela del Pozo - Getsemaní

· 178 reviews

a 25-101, Cra. 10b ##25-67, Cartagena de Indias, Bolívar, Colombia

Plazuela del Pozo: what do users think?
Antonio Salgado: Very nice and touristy place. RecommendedVisited on Public holiday Wait time 10–30 min …More
Muy Alberdi: , con un bar al frente, luce más que relajada e invita al descanso y la parada.(Translated by Google
Mario Alfonso Morales Rivera: Good place to walk and live the historic Cartagena
Sandra Patricia Betancourth Valencia: We stayed on this street in the Getsemaní neighborhood of Cartagena, in an interior apartment, we could not have been better located and the atmosphere is incredible, the number of places to eat and listen to music, have a cocktail is very wide and for all budgets, It is very close to the walled city and the Castillo de San Felipe.
Martin Aguayo Salas: A typical place to visit, it is part of the Gethsemane tour, historical since there was the place where popular festivals were organized in the past and the queens who were called goddesses were chosen. It was also the place where they went to get water.
David Caballero: If you want to have lunch or dinner in the Getsemaní neighborhood with a bit more tranquility, this is a good spot. Nice square with a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere
Ana Margarita Rodriguez Posada: In the heart of Getzemani a small square where you can have a drink quietly
Eucaris Diaz Estrada: Visited on Weekday Wait time 10–30 min Reservation recommended NoMore
Carol Robles: cocktails 👌
John Bocachica: A very good place to eat something quiet and have a drink, nothing fancy
Jeremias Solorzano: Pretty
Nini Monsa: A beautiful architecture!
jessica ramirez: Excellent place to have a coffee
Eugenio Gamero: Peaceful, beautiful and safe place
Jesus Antonio Polanco Vasquez: Excellent place, highly recommended
Jose Ignacio Pestana Carrillo: A while relax in the square of the well.Center of Cartagena.
Javier Soria Rincón: A charming Getsemaní square, which is to say, in a neighborhood where there is practically nothing ugly. With its colorful facades and its green plants and tall trees.
Edwin villadiego gonzalez: A beautiful place that adorns the Getsemaní neighborhood
Klara Schwarber: hübscher Platz mit Malereien an den Hauswänden
Carlos José Larios López: Great space. Colonial

10. Galeón Bucanero - Centro

· 34 reviews

Centro Historico Muelle de la Bodeguita, nave 1, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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Galeón Bucanero: what do users think?
Iván Dario Pineda Patiño: It is a surprisingly exceptional and very nice place
Eduardo Diaz Arrieta: quite congested
Claudia De Aguas: A spectacular site, which transports you in history
Sameer Salgado: A lot of history in one place in our Caribbean Sea
General Joules SAS: A very good place, different, historical, you learn something about the life of the ancients on the high seas, there are drinks, food, the prices are not the lowest but the experience is worth it. In this place you can go with your family or with your wife, it is magical.
Mauricio Alzate: 4.5 Built in Brazil and docked in Cartagena de Indias to commemorate 500 years of the discovery of America. It currently works as a restaurant and museum. The food was good in general, highlighting the corvina positively, as a negative aspect the excessive cost of a club colombia beer 12,000 COP.
Susana Sofía Castilla Capella: para eso voy a uno mucho mejor en el centro. Él mismos meseros era el de la caja, nos cobraron la reserva. Nos dieron bebidas de cortesía por ser cumpleaños y luego las cobraron al igual que la reserva. El costo nada que ver con calidad.(Translated by Google
Alice Rios: It is a very nice boat, it is well cared for, going to chat and have a few beers there is very relaxing, although the menu lacks snacks, they should add more food. The museum is also very interesting.
David Molina: Very expensive
Susana Caballero: Brilliant
esteban romano: unbeatable
Billy B: I am Colombian and I cannot help feeling grateful for the beauty of Cartagena.
Henry Estrada Cuadrado: of r
Yunaris Coneo: A beautiful sight, at night the lights of the old city in contrast with the bay.
ALEX CALDERA: To spend a pleasant time with family, friends or partner with music in the buccaneer galleon next to the Cartagena de Indias convention center
JORGE ́ ́el loco ́ ́ ROPERO: gran expocicion
Angel Maria Ruano: Ooo9ooop and ki lo lo o can u lo 9 lokj
Charles Sena: Vale a visita
Javier Gilardini: It is currently closed to the public
Pedro Sevilla Yaracuy: Very nice place to visit in Cartagena.

11. Choco Museo - Centro

· 192 reviews

Calle Vélez Daniés. Calle 33 N° 04 -12 Centro Histórico, Provincia de Cartagena, Colombia

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12. Fort of las Tenazas - El Cabrero

· 32 reviews

Cra. 1 #41-56, Cartagena, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia


13. Museo de la Esmeralda - Centro

· 33 reviews

Cra. 4 #33-20, Cartagena, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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14. Museo de Muñecas y Carritos Un Momento de Fantasía - El Cabrero

· 7 reviews

Calle Real Carrera 2 #No 42-149, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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15. Galería Del Arzobispado - Centro

· 2 reviews

Cra. 5 ## 34-52, Cartagena, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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16. Emerald Museum. Joyeria CARIBE - Centro

· 20 reviews

Cra. 4 #3366 #33- a, Cartagena, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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17. Museo de la Santa María Bernarda - Cartagena de Indias

· 22 reviews

Av. Pedro De Heredia, Cartagena, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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18. Tierra Magna - Bocagrande

· 16 reviews

Cra. 2 ##8-142, Cartagena, Provincia de Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia

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