Cerro de Monserrate
El Cerro de Monserrate is not exactly a museum, but it is one of Bogota's most important cultural monuments. Located on top of a peak with a spectacular view that dominates the city, you can find a church, some restaurants and gift shops. Going up is easiest with a a short ride on the cable railway.You can also choose to hike, and that takes about 35 minutes. All prices and schedule are on the website.
Museo de Arte Moderno
Located beside the Parque Nacional, this three floor museum dedicates it's space to Colombian and Latin American artists who are pushing boundaries in modern art.
Address: Calle 24 #6-00
Phone: 286 0466 or 283 3109
Cost: Adults $4.000 (about $2USD); Students, Seniors, and Teachers $2.000 (about $1USD)
This excellent museum is located in a colonial house in Bogota's downtown Candelaria neighborhood. Although the museum is small, each piece is special which makes visiting a very fulfilling experience. The collection includes many works by Colombia's most famous artist, Fernando Botero, plus some well-chosen pieces by his contemporaries.
Phone: 343 1212
Hours: M, W-Sat 9am-7am, Sunday 10pm-5pm, Closed Tuesdays
Museo del Oro
This newly renovated museum is one of Colombia's most spectacular. Very impressive specimens and exhibit design. Fun for adults and kids!
Address: Calle 16 #5-41
Phone: 284 7450
Hours: Tues-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun and holidays 10am-4pm, Closed Mondays
Cost: Tues-Sat adults pay $3.000 (less than $2 USD). The museum is free for adults on Sundays and always free for children under 12 and adults over 60.