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Mi Museo, Granada Collection, is a private collection of Nicaraguan Pre-Columbian ceramics. The collection contains more than 15.000 pieces which originate from the period between 2000 BC to 1550 AD. Mi Museo is located in the historical center of...more
Not the kind of place you might want to take a family to learn about history or culture. We went when it was free and I could barely keep interest as a fan of history. Now it costs $5 and its still a snore fest.
This is an impressive little museum well-worth the $5/pp entrance fee. You'll learn all about the indigenous cultures and migrations from Mexico and access innumerable ancient pottery and stone sculptures. A hidden gem for a very poorly protected archeological history of Nicaragua.
A Danish archeologist created this lovely display of pre-Columbian pottery, figurines and other objects near the central plaza. There are helpful signs explaining the local history and significance of the artifacts, in both English and Spanish.
To mention a place full of a lot of history, such as my Museum, is to return to the past of our origins. With a little bit of European culture, their owners with last name Collins thought a little of the importance of giving acquaintance...More
From the street through the giftshop you are already in. Would be great to have more pieces and more information about the native american heritage of Nicaragua. There is also a mini contemporary exhibition area at the back, worth an extra 10-15mins.
This is a wonderful small museum very close to the main square of Granada. The exhibits have text in English and Spanish. If you want a tour guide the staff will be more then happy to assist you . The staff all very friendly and...More
Wonderful small museum with a beautiful pre-Columbian ceramic collection. The friendly staff is always ready to help and answer your questions. If you want a guided tour, which I highly recommend, ask for Ana. During summer, the museum also offers a tour to several archaeological...More