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Designed by Frank Gehry, the Biomuseo is one of the most striking attractions in Panama City with exhibits that explore how Panama influenced the world's biosphere by connecting Central America to South America, creating a land bridge for flora and fauna. After viewing the permanent and temporary exhibits and a botanical garden, enjoy views of Panama City and ships entering and exiting the Panama Canal.
Explore the Panama Canal with a tour of its Miraflores Visitor Center. Make use of a convenient hotel pickup (optional) and explore a museum dedicated to the history of this engineering marvel. Check out the center’s four exhibition halls, stop by a theater for a film about its construction, relax with a delicious meal at Atlantic & Pacific Co. restaurant, and capture photos of its locks from the observation deck.
Visit the best museums in Panama City during this guided tour. Learn about the country's history, art, traditions and culture through visits to the Panama Interoceanic Canal Museum, the Religious Colonial Art Museum and the History Museum. Peruse documents, artifacts, paintings and sculptures related to Panama's rich history while listening to engaging commentary from your guide. All museum entrance fees and round-trip transportation from central Panama City hotels are included.
A global icon, the Panama Canal was not built in a day. Learn the long history behind Panama’s biggest landmark from ideation through completion when you book an admission ticket to the Panama Canal Museum. Walk through the museum’s temporary and permanent exhibitions alike, exploring all the museum has to offer on your own time.
The Biomuseo is located on the Amador Causeway, a prominent area at the entrance to the Panama Canal in the Pacific Ocean. From the Biomuseo one can clearly observe the skyline of the modern city, the historic district, Ancon Hill, and the Bridge of the Americas. This unique area was restricted to Panamanians during the days of the former US-controlled Canal Zone.