The Biomuseo is an exhibition of natural history located in the city of Panama. Its intention is to change the way we see, understand, and conserve nature and its biodiversity. In its galleries the story of the appearance of the Isthmus of Panama 3 million years ago is told and how that emergence united continents and divided seas, changing life on earth. It has a cafeteria and souvenir shop. The Biomuseum is the only one of its kind throughout the region designed by the famed architect Frank Gehry.
The Biomuseum is located in the causeway of Amador.
Car: On Amador Avenue, follow the road towards Amador. The Biomuseum is located after the Figali Convention Center.
Metrobus: Route ‘ Albrook – Amador ‘. The nearest stop to the Biomuseum is in the restaurant “Al Dente”.
City Sightseeing Tour: ‘ Channel Route ‘
Metro Line 1: The closest metro stations to the museum are: Albrook and 5 de Mayo. It arrives at the terminal and from there you can board a Metrobus or taxi.
- Visit 5 permanent exhibition Halls (3 additional rooms are under construction)
- Temporary exhibits
- Biodiversity Park
- Mirador del Higueron
- Relax on the Ranch
If today is not Monday, then today is an excellent day to visit the Biomuseum. If you are in Panama do not forget to know this important place that explain how the emergence of Panama changed the world 3 million years ago.