Central & South America

Central & South America Attractions

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BioMuseo

In a country with so much biodiversity, it’s not surprising to see a museum dedicated to the natural marvels found here. The 4,000-square-meter BioMuseo was ...  Read more

Brüning National Archaeological Museum

During the late 19th and early 20th century, German archaeologist Hans Heinrich Brüning Brookstedt devoted his life to Northern Peru. For decades, ...  Read more

Calle Jaen Museums

There is a certain amount of irony surrounding the Bolivian street of Calle Jaen. Considered to be the best example of a colonial street in the capital city of ...  Read more

Casa de Fierro

The most famous building in Iquitos isn’t the cathedral (though the Gothic, 1911 Iglesia Matriz is quite lovely), it’s La Casa de Fierro, or Iron House. ...  Read more

Casa de Moral (Moral House)

Built around 1730, this large ancestral house is an excellent well-preserved example of baroque-mestizo architecture. The name of the house has nothing to do ...  Read more

Casa Gardeliana Museum

Medellin is the second world capital of tango (after Buenos Aires), and tango music can be heard throughout the city. This is due in large part to Carlos ...  Read more

Casa Urquiaga (Casa Calonge)

Located along the famous Plaza de Armas, Casa Urquiaga (Casa Calonge) offers a rare glimpse into the political history of Trujillo. Here, in this sprawling ...  Read more

Caye Caulker Marine Reserve

Located a half mile east from shore, the Caye Caulker Marine Reserve has been protected since 1998. There is an abundance of marine life here, just as much as ...  Read more

Choco Museo

Chocolate—like coffee—is an agricultural product which is native to the equatorial tropics. While the mountains of the Andes might not seem very tropical, the ...  Read more

End of the World Museum (Museo del Fin del Mundo)

Celebrate your visit to the world’s southernmost city by exploring the Museo del Fin del Mundo. The museum focuses on Ushuaia’s natural and indigenous ...  Read more

Fortaleza La Polvora

The five towers of the Fortaleza La Polvora once served as the lookout posts of this Spanish fort, but today visitors make the most of the excellent views for ...  Read more

Huellas de Acahualinca

Walking in the footsteps of those who went before you can help inform you about a place - and it’s hard to have a more literal experience in this regard than ...  Read more

Jade Museum (Museo del Jade)

Jade is a rare and precious stone dating back to the pre-Columbian era in Mesoamerica. Some of the world’s best jade was found in Guatemala. Historically, it ...  Read more

La Chascona

Beloved Chilean poet and politician Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto – otherwise known as Pablo Neruda (1904–1973) – helped design this quirky, ...  Read more

La Mansion del Fundador (Founder's Mansion)

The history of Founder’s Mansion dates back to the early days when the Spanish first occupied Peru. Originally owned by Arequipa’s founder, Garcí Manuel ...  Read more

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