Museums in the country's interior provinces

Panama's monuments and archaeological sites represent over 10 thousand years of the country's history, with cultural features from the four continents that intermix to form just one.

To learn more about Panama and discover its history, consider visiting some of the following museums in the interior provinces of the country.

 

 1. Museum of the History and Tradition of Penonomé

Penonomé, province of Coclé

 

 2. El Caño Archaeological Park

El Caño, district of Natá, province of Coclé

 

3. José D. de Obaldía Museum of History and Art

8th Street, district of David, province of Chiriquí.

 

4. San Pablo Historical Museum

San Pablo el Nuevo, province of Chiriquí

 

5. Museum of Herrera, Fabio Rodríguez

District of Chitré, province of Herrera

 

6. Museum of Colonial Religious Art of The Church of Santo Domingo of Parita

District of Parita, province of Herrera

 

7. Museum of Nationality

Villa de Los Santos, province of Los Santos

 

8. Belisario Porras Museum

Las Tablas, province of Los Santos

 

9. Manuel F. Zàrate Museum (traditional Panamanian housing)

District of Guararé, province of Los Santos

 

10. Salt and Sugar Museum, Stella Sierra

Aguadulce, province of Coclé

 

11. Pausilipo, House of Belisario Porras

Las Tablas, province of Los Santos