La Salle Museum of Natural Sciences
Located in Parque La Sabana, this natural history museum includes prizes such as a full-size dinosaur skeleton
Rocks, bones, and stuffed animals
Located in La Sabana Park, this onetime high school displays more than 65,000 stuffed animals, paleontological remains, archaeological artifacts, and minerals, including an interesting exhibit of butterflies and a giant dinosaur skeleton. It was founded in 1960 by its current director, a Spaniard who started with the natural science projects created by students at the La Salle secondary school; later contributions of specimens from all over the world led to the current expansion. Open Monday through Saturday 7:30 am to 4 pm, Sunday 9 am to 5 pm.