Embark on a whistle-stop tour of Panama's varied and interesting museums with the Panama Museums tour. From mighty triumphs of engineering to ancient gold, Panama is a country rich in treasures. Don't miss a thing with this comprehensive day tour, visiting five fantastic museums to give you a complete picture of life in Panama.
At the Colonial Religious Art Museum discover a range of beautiful religious artefacts, including 16th and 17th-century Spanish art that survived the pirate raids that were once the scourge of old Panama. Then it's on to the Reina Torres Arauz Museum of Antropology, named for one of Panama's most famous anthropologists, where a rich collection of pre-Columbian exhibits is on display. At the History Museum of Panama you’ll gain a great overview of life in Panama, with a range of documents, photographs, paintings and sculptures from throughout the country’s rich and interesting history. Enjoy an hour to treat yourself to lunch.
Discover the legacy of the Afro-Antillean peoples of Panama at the Afro-Antillean Museum. Located in a beautiful old church building, this museum tells the story of the many West Indians who made Panama what it is today. Of course, no trip to this country would be complete without acknowledging the feat of engineering that is the Panama Canal, and at the Canal Museum you can learn everything there is to know about the incredible construction process of one of the world’s most ambitious building projects. Return to your hotel with your head full as your imagination fired by the wonderful things you've seen on the Panama Museums tour.
Spanish and English.