Panama is the ideal place to demonstrate biodiversity. Its wealth of natural life, environmental diversity, and abundance of water combine to produce an incredible intensity in each level of the chain of life.
In order to be able to show Panama's diversity of life, the Bridge of Life museum is located in a park that highlights the natural diversity of Panama in an area that is accessible and easy to visit.
This park's landscape is designed by the world-renowned landscape architect Edwina Von Gal & Company. Ms. Von Gal and her team produce landscapes recognized for their clear but free structures, which make them an ideal complement to the design of the Bridge of Life building.
The Bridge of Life building, which is being designed by one of the world's leading architectural firms, Frank O. Gehry & Associates, will be a new icon for Panama. In addition, it will be a stunning building, very different from any other structure that visitors may have seen before.
Next to the Bridge of the Americas, 15 minutes from Panama City.
How to arrive?
Bus: Buses are boarded at the Plaza 5 de Mayo.
Taxi: From Albrook Terminal or Plaza 5 de Mayo, there are taxis that can provide transportation to locals or tourists.
What to bring?
Visit the project under construction