If you’re visiting Bogota with the kids, there are a range of theme parks and attractions to keep them entertained. The Children’s Museum of Bogota is a place of discovery and exploration for children of various age groups, with 20 modules designed specifically to encourage learning, curiosity, and play.
This interactive experience covers a range of themes, including science, technology, and culture. There’s a room that simulates a city's road to teach children traffic signs and road safety, while another is dedicated solely to the inventions of Leonardo Da Vinci. The museum also hosts regular conferences and workshops.
For a truly fun-filled adventure with the kids, visit the Children’s Museum of Bogota as part of a half or full-day tour that includes the Maloka Museum, plus the Salitre Magico and Mundo Aventura theme parks.
The Children’s Museum is located in the center of the city, right near Simón Bolívar Park.
Did You Know? In the outer gardens of the museum there’s a real Boeing 720 aircraft, which was donated by Avianca (Colombia’s largest airline) in the 1980s.