Located in the old National Palace of Nicaragua, one of the most spectacular buildings of Nicaraguan architecture in the capital and scene of a very important part of the recent history of the country.
That's why it's worth the visit to the National Museum.
Located next to the Revolution Square, inside the National Museum, the National Library and the National Archives Center are located.
It has a permanent exhibition where you can know the history of the country, besides seeing various works of art, paintings, ceramics or even pre-Columbian art.
It also has adjoining rooms where there are itinerant exhibitions that are usually of great interest, both national and international.
Monday to Friday: from 8-17h
Saturday and Sunday: from 9-16h
Price of the approximate entrance: Foreigners 50 C$