Central Bank Museum
The Central Bank Museums are made up of:
The Pre-Columbian Gold Museum: It has an extraordinary collection of gold objects that reflect the worldview, social structure and the gold pre-Columbian peoples of Costa Rica. The exhibit illustrates the use and function of parts, technology and the relationship with nature and everyday life of these groups.
The Numismatic Museum: Displays current installation "From Real to Columbus: History of Money in Costa Rica" which purports to show the evolution of the different means of change from 1502 to present.
The Temporary Exhibition Hall: composed of two temporary exhibition spaces, offers a dynamic program of exhibitions around the Costa Rican visual arts.
Open every day from: 9:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Box Office Hours: 9:15 am - 4:30 p.m.
Access to the Museum until 30 minutes before closing (the eviction of the rooms 10 minutes before closing)
Days of free access (for nationals and residents): Every Wednesday of the year