The renowned Biomuseo on the Amador Causeway is not only a fantastic, interactive natural-history museum dedicated to the Panama region, but it’s also a noteworthy architectural attraction. The striking, multicolored 4,100-square-meter (44,000-square-foot) building was famed architect Frank Gehry's first in Latin America. Inside, galleries describe the local ecology and geologic history of Panama as well as the human impact on the area, starting from the earliest civilizations through Spanish colonialism and up to the present day.
By Travis Marshall, AFAR Local Expert
Calz. de Amador 136, Panamá, Panama
Sat, Sun 10am - 5pm
Tue - Fri 10am - 4pm