The Biomuseum is an eye-opening experience detailing the impact of Panama on the world’s biodiversity. It is a museum that explores the profound link between the country’s history and its natural heritage. Designed by arguably the most celebrated architect of our era, Frank Gehry, the museum centers around the formation of the isthmus of Panama and features five galleries, a botanical park, and many temporary exhibitions. Its combination of unusual shapes and bright colors is a reflection of the exuberant local biodiversity and Panama’s colorful culture. It is a testament to Panama’s commitment to sustainability and is a “must visit” for any traveler.
If you’re looking for more activities that celebrate Panama’s diverse culture and unique history, the Cultural Heritage Experience is where you’ll find them.