Museo de Arte Moderno
Convento de San Pedro Claver
Close by is the Convento de San Pedro Claver, built by the Jesuits, originally under the name of San Ignacio de Loyola. The name was...
Convento & Iglesia de San Pedro Claver
This convent was founded by Jesuits in the first half of the 17th century, originally as San Ignacio de Loyola. The name was later...
Iglesia de San Pedro Claver
Iglesia de San Pedro Claver was completed in the first half of the 18th century. The church has an imposing stone facade and inside,...
The sound system here, when it kicks, has been know to reduce grown men to tears – as does the extraordinary salsa collection of Don...
Museo de Arte Moderno information
Lonely Planet review
The Museum of Modern Art is a perfectly sized museum (not overwhelmingly huge), housed in a part of the 17th-century former Royal Customs House. It presents temporary exhibitions from its own collection, including works by Alejandro Obregón, one of Colombia's most remarkable painters, who was born in Cartagena. There's also sculpture and abstract art – all well worth a look. The second floor houses temporary exhibitions.