In a 450-year-old mansion, this museum has about 40 works by Eduardo Ramírez Villamizar, one of Colombia's most outstanding artists, born in Pamplona in 1923. The collection gives an insight into his artistic develo…
One of the oldest buildings in town, Casa Colonial dates from the early Spanish days. The collection includes some pre-Columbian pottery, colonial sacred art, artifacts of several local indigenous communities includ…
One of Pamplona's finest colonial mansions, La Casa de las Cajas Reales is currently occupied by a college, but visitors can ask the guard for permission to look around.
Features religious art comprising paintings, statues and altarpieces collected from the region. There is an especially impressive silver collection.
The 17th-century Catedral was badly damaged during the earthquake of 1875 and altered in the reconstruction. The five-nave interior (two outer aisles were added at the beginning of the 20th century) is rather auster…
One of the oldest churches in the city, the Iglesia de Santo Domingo once served as Pamplona's cathedral.
A small but attractive whitewashed colonial church standing guard over the cemetery.
This fine restored colonial church is open for Mass at 3pm, 5pm and 6pm.
This 19th-century market building is just off the main square.
One of Pamplona's more simply decorated colonial churches.