Culture and art intertwined in every corner
In Bogotá, culture and art flow like a river of creativity that runs through the city, weaving an intricate network of artistic expressions that invites you to immerse yourself in a world of wonder and discovery. Here, the essence of the Colombian capital is revealed through the multiple forms of art and culture that make it up.
Explore the seventh art at the Bogotá Cinematheque, dare to travel to the stars at the Bogotá Planetarium, a sanctuary of science and dissemination where the universe unfolds before your eyes.
Discover our valuable heritage and history at the National Museum and the Gold Museum, where thousands of objects and works of art tell the story of Colombia. These places are a testimony of the past, a link between generations and an opportunity to reflect on our cultural identity.
Finally, it ascends to the heights of Cerro de Monserrate, a site of natural majesty that dominates the Bogotá horizon. Here, the city unfolds at your feet in a panoramic view that connects you with its history, its spirituality and its beauty.
Bogotá stands as a blank canvas where culture and art merge into a symphony of experiences. Come and discover how this city captivates your senses and enriches your soul with its rich culture, a journey that invites you to explore, learn and find inspiration around every corner.
The Cinemateca Bogotá is a Cultural Center for Audiovisual Arts that transforms the gaze of Colombians through the preservation of moving images, contributing to the creation of new cinematographic heritage and enabling access to all the cinema in the world.
The Bogotá Planetarium is a cultural and scientific outreach scene. The Planetarium has had a historical vocation for stimulating the social appropriation of the Earth and space sciences in Bogotá and Colombia, as well as the deepening of communication with the arts and other sciences.
The National Museum is one of the oldest in America. It offers its visitors seventeen permanent exhibition halls, in which around 2,500 works and objects are exhibited, symbols of history and national heritage.
The Gold Museum preserves archaeological collections that are a heritage and a pride of all Colombians. It is located on Parque de Santander, on the corner between Carrera 6 and Calle 16, in Bogotá, Colombia.
The Hill of Monserrate
Looking up from any point in the city, it is impossible not to come across that Hill that from its 3,152 meters above sea level, watches over Bogotá. The view of Bogotá from Monserrate, the faith evoked by its Sanctuary, its pilgrims, its gardens and fountains, its gastronomy, its cloud forests, its sunsets, its starry nights and its majestic moon make the experience of visiting the Monserrate Hill.