Oct 23rd, 2014

On October 2nd, 2014 the Museum of Biodiversity was opened in Panama.

The Museum of Biodiversity, or BioMuseo, is a natural history museum located in the building known as Bridge of Life, which was designed by world famous Canadian architect Frank Gehry.

Located on the Causeway, this is the first work designed by Gehry for Latin America and its design used the same technology as the famous Bird’s Nest from the 2008 Summer Olympics.

 Construction of the complex began building in 2006. 

The Biodiversity Museum is located on the Amador Causeway, also known as the Causeway, which is located at the southern entrance of the Panama Canal. It can be reached by taking a selective transport (taxi), or a carpool (Metrobus) and the journey from Panama City takes about 15 minutes.