This innovative outdoor play area—dedicated to barefoot frolics in water, sand, and a mini guadua forest—is an excellent way for kids to let off steam for an hour or so. The adjacent EPM Water Museum is a surprising sleeper hit for young children and teens, with an immersive, multi-sensory, and highly interactive series of state-of-the art exhibits that illuminate water’s relationship to evolution, ecosystems, and ancient civilizations. The museum also addresses modern-day consumption and conservation efforts related to global water supplies. All information is in Spanish, but the exhibits are dynamic enough for kids to get a lot out of it. The super-friendly, efficient staff will be more than happy to arrange a (free) guided tour in English; just ask when you buy your ticket.
Parque de los Pies Descalzos/El Museo de Agua
Parque de los Pies Descalzos
Our Rating Hours Tues–Fri 8am–6pm, Sat, Sun and holidays 10am–7pm; last tours at 4pm Transportation Metro: San Antonio (a 15-min. walk) Phone 574/380-6954 Prices Museum COP$6,000 Web site Parque de los Pies Descalzos/El Museo de Agua
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