Museo del Caribe
El Museo del Caribe, un espacio que reconstruye la historia de esta zona del país y que presenta a sus visitantes las manifestaciones culturales, la memoria histórica de sus pobladores y motiva a una reflexión en torno al medio ambiente, al territorio y al desarrollo de la región. Su tema central
es el Caribe colombiano en los aspectos ambientales, sociales, históricos y culturales.
Ofrece un espacio de encuentro con los orígenes y brinda elementos para el fortalecimiento de la identidad y la re-construcción de un imaginario de región que destaque su riqueza histórica y cultural, producto de la doble pertenencia a la Cuenca del Caribe y a la nación colombiana.
En un abordaje multidisciplinario y transcultural, más que una colección de objetos, es un museo de cultura viva; más que un museo de historia,es un espacio de reconstrucción de historias y memorias. El visitantedisfrutará una serie de experiencias basadas en expresiones de la cultura
y sus paisajes, que fortalecerán su sentido de pertenencia, autoestimay valoración del patrimonio, en un lugar de inspiración y reflexión, deeducación y celebración.
INCLUYE: Transporte Terrestre desde Santa Marta a Barranquilla durante 1 hora y 30 minutos, recorrido panorámico por la ciudad, visita al museo del caribe, almuerzo (libre), retorno a Santa Marta
HORA DE SALIDA: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
MINIMO 4 PAX. $ 170.000 P.P.
A PARTIR DE 16 PAX. $ 110.000 P.P
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