First the entrance upstairs was closed and we though the museum was closed also. When we looked further we found another entrance at the lower level. Inside half of the museum was not in use and the other half was ok. Everything in Spanish and I missed the age of a lot of artifacts. If you really have nothing to... 更多
We thoroughly enjoyed a couple of stops in this free museum (not only for the exhibits but also the air conditioning and restrooms!). It's on the north end of the Malecon and just outside Las Penas, so a great destination when walking about the city. Not only are the core exhibits interesting, but we enjoyed a traveling photo exhibit, too.... 更多
This is a nice building in the center of town, one block from the Malecon. It has sections of contemporary art , some interesting and not part of a permanent collection. The rest has very little except for some ceramic. The description is in spanish only and the place close at 4 p.m!
This newish museum on the beautiful seaside park and walkway called the Malecon is a little gem. There are multiple rooms that take you through the many different cultures in the 10,000 year history of Ecuador. There are beautiful ceramic displays in well lighted cabinets and extensive wall texts. Unfortunately the explanations are only in Spanish at this time but... 更多
While the contemporary art section is interesting (and likely to vary, depending on what's exhibited), the "anthropology" section is a single room with some ceramics, and very limited exhibits devoted to the peoples of the area in earlier times. Not worth the effort.
Good exhibits of Amer-American ceramics and stone work. Some of the best was closed off (got in to see part by accident). The modern art exhibits were a little weak.l
We were excited to go to this museum, as we'd been to la casa de la cultura in Qutio. However, this museum in Guayaquil has literally very few exhibits. We were done in less than 10 mn, and that was looking at every single piece and reading the cards as well. There is simply nothing in this museum. We were... 更多
The very modern n big building in the northern area of the Malecon is free.. and cool a permanent exhibition explains the pre inca and columbian history and has a lot of nice artifacts, sadly only in Spanish. there are also some rooms with contemporary art, with good artists.
NOTHING in English. So, if you read and understand Spanish, an OK visit. If not, nothing in English to enable non-Spanish speaker to understand exhibits.