Museo del Oro Tairona - Casa de la Aduana
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The Casa de la Aduana, where the museum is located is supposedly the oldest Spanish construction that remains standing in the city. This is where Bolivar's wake was held. Free and worth a visit.
A fascinating small museum in the old customs house of Santa Marta. Here you can find out all about the history of the region, and about the indiginous tribes who inhabit it. Free entry.
Local history for those history enthusiasts who would like to know more about the history of the oldest city in Latin-america.
Free entry to our Gold Museum. Whilst not the same as the Bogota museum, this is a worthwhile visit that will give you a great overview of the old indigenous populations of the whole Santa Marta region and how the influenced the area.
This free museum offers great local history of Magdalena and Santa Marta. You'l find the information in both Spanish and English
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