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We visited this very small but beautiful museum on a Sunday afternoon and I am glad we stopped by. Entrance is free to the museum which has a lovely sculpture garden and several collections. The most impressive was the room entirely of wood carving.
I loved every part of this museum. From the sculpture garden to the paintings of Alvaro Bracci depicting a modern twist on biblical scenes.
Most amazing of all was the upper room mural by goldsmith Luis Férom Parizot. A low relief stucco, carved and painted...More
I wont lie and tell you the museum is amazing, but for the low-low price of free, you can have a look around a unique collection in a building that was once the airport! It's a bit outside of the main portion of downtown, but...More
Housed in an old airport, this is a quirky little art gallery. Good selection of contemporary art that rotates on a regular basis. The building is very interesting in it's own right.
Worth checking out.
For family of four with two teens, it was a perfect morning outing. It is free, easy to get to in car, Uber or taxi. Museum is free, in Spanish only, and can be done in little over 1 hour. The sculpture garden is nice,...More
We spent about an hour going through the gallery and we really enjoyed the exhibits, as well as the beautiful building itself. It doesn't need much time as its rather small, but the fact that its free is a bonus! It is about a 25-min...More
This was our last stop on our last day of a 2 1/2 week trip sightseeing in Costa Rica. We really enjoyed the artwork—both indoors and outdoors. Upstairs there is a lovely room that is composed entirely of wooden carved artwork on all four walls...More
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It's for free. Do not expect a large museum, though, in case you are used to the large European museums. It's basically composed of a large main hall at the entrance, two small rooms at the North side, about a Southern room... More
It's for free. Do not expect a large museum, though, in case you are used to the large European museums. It's basically composed of a large main hall at the entrance, two small rooms at the North side, about a Southern room sectioned in three, two rooms at the Eastern side and a foyer looking West. Add to it, there's a beautiful room upstairs, reached through a lovely staircase and narrow passages that look over the main hall. Can be complicated if you suffer from fear to heights, but the view of the Waiting Room of the old airport is worth it.