Museo del Canal Interoceánico
Museo de Historia de Panamá
The modest Museo de Historia de Panamá has a small selection of exhibits covering Panamanian history from the colonial period to the...
This neoclassical Casco Viejo building, dating to 1910, houses the modest Museo de Historia de Panamá .
Plaza de la Independencia
In this plaza, in the heart of Casco Viejo, Panama declared its independence from Colombia on November 3, 1903.
A new edition to Casco Viejo, this elegant, low-lit bar caters to the gay and lesbian crowd, late 20s and up, though it's friendly to all.
Stocking gourmet goods that range from wine to wasabi peas, this is the perfect pre-picnic stop. You can also grab soup, natural juices...
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Museo del Canal Interoceánico information
This impressive museum is housed in a beautifully restored building that once served as the headquarters for the original French canal company. The Panama Canal Museum (as it’s more commonly known) presents excellent exhibits on the famous waterway, framed in their historical and political context. Signs are in Spanish, but English-speaking guides and audiotours (US$5) are available.