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Mi Pueblito

Off Avenida de Los Martires, Panama City, Panama
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  • Average23%
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Reviewed 19 June 2017

While in Panama, our driver suggested we see Mi Pueblito, a small replicated village of a few cultures in Panama. It was an overcast day, with occasional rainshowers, so we thought it would be a nice place to visit. We really enjoyed it! There is...More

Thank conphuzer
Reviewed 17 April 2017

A great little representation of different cultures in Panama. The shops are not always fully occupied, but this is another very worthwhile visit and easy to get to and find.

Thank Dan D
Reviewed 4 February 2017

This site is a collection of housing and artifact replicas of the various cultures (old and modern) of Panama. While simple, it gives you a good idea that this relatively small country is formed by various ethnicities and and traditions that survive to this date....More

1  Thank Pragmatic_in_CT
Reviewed 11 September 2016 via mobile

Never expected Mi Pueblito to be so educational. Our guide Eulogio Batista was great, he had so much information about the history of Panama and culture that made our visit very interesting. We did the entire tour in 1hour but it was worth it. Don't...More

Thank MichelleM02
Reviewed 16 August 2016

Mi Pueblito is a very well conceived atraction. We visited it on sunday and due to its location we have to take Uber to go there. We find a native guide who were very knowlable about the place. There you can learn about diferent cultures,...More

Thank Juan V
Reviewed 4 April 2016

Mi Pueblito is an open air museum - skansen about living arrangements of the first people living in Panama. It is very educational and true to its origin. A great way to spend an early afternoon as it is hidden in the jungle yet within...More

Thank Silvia A
Reviewed 20 December 2015

Coming down from Cerro Ancon, we stopped in at Mi Pueblito. For $3 a person we figured that we couldn't go wrong. It's a recreation of three parts of Panama. Sadly, there's barely anything worth seeing in any of the parts. You've got some houses...More

2  Thank TheCann0n
Reviewed 18 August 2015

Inexpensive & quick overview of old Panama. I tried hiking up the hill but headed back down due to rain. I went back up the hill the next day (via car) & the view was beautiful!

Thank Leanne B
Reviewed 19 July 2015

Yes, it's a replica of 3 historical parts of Panama with 3 different distinct styles. The replicas are really good and you can make some great pictures. The confusing part if that the museum consists of 3 parts and it's easy to visit only 1...More

3  Thank rpkers
Reviewed 1 July 2015

Nicely done - gives an idea of San Blas, Rural Panama, Bocas area housing. Several tourist shops. Only visit if you have extra time - not really worth it if you will be traveling through Panama. We did see a rare poisonous dart frog here...More

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