And here's one for the Department of Missed Opportunities. Usually when a city has a building this majestic—and the Museo, with its Belle Epoque sculpture-bedecked facade would look at home among the finest edifices in Paris—it puts, well, something in it. But the two museums within (along with the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, there's a contemporary art museum) have more open space than art works. And the permanent collections they do have are primarily copies of famous sculptures and mediocre modern art. Our advice? Stop in to admire the soaring space, check to see if the temporary exhibits are worthwhile, and then move on. Usually there's not a reason to make a special trip here, though it is free, so it's "no harm, no foul" if you do pop by.