Panama Interoceanic Canal Museum

This is among the recently-opened museums in Panama City. It traces the path of the most popular landmark in Panama’s history—the Panama Canal. The display includes the very first documents that were corresponded between the American and French authorities for the Panama Canal project. Visitors can spend hours exploring the planning and construction of Panama Canal and its impact on the economic evolution of the nation. Mission and Goals The Panama Canal Museum of Panama, is a permanent, non-profit, in the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches, interprets, communicates and exhibits the history testimonies Canal Panama, for education, knowledge and enjoyment of the public who visit. Through careful selection, acquisition and exhibition of objects and materials related to the history, construction, technology and operation of the Panama Canal, the Panama Canal Museum of Panama meet its objectives to collect, conserve, preserve, disseminate and investigate topics that are related. Also help to raise the cultural level of our community, promoting initiatives and activities that result in mutual benefit.

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Panama Interoceanic Canal Museum
Location: Zone 1, Central Plaza Avenue.
Panamá, Panamá, Panama
Languages: English, Spanish
Description: This is among the recently-opened museums in Panama City. It traces the path of the most popular landmark in Panama’s history—the Panama Canal. The display includes the very first documents that were corresponded between the American and French authorities for the Panama Canal project. Visitors can spend hours exploring the planning and construction of Panama Canal and its impact on the economic evolution of the nation. Mission and Goals The Panama Canal Museum of Panama, is a permanent, non-profit, in the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches, interprets, communicates and exhibits the history testimonies Canal Panama, for education, knowledge and enjoyment of the public who visit. Through careful selection, acquisition and exhibition of objects and materials related to the history, construction, technology and operation of the Panama Canal, the Panama Canal Museum of Panama meet its objectives to collect, conserve, preserve, disseminate and investigate topics that are related. Also help to raise the cultural level of our community, promoting initiatives and activities that result in mutual benefit.
Website: http://www.museodelcanal.com/
E-mail: info@museodelcanal.com
Telephone: Office: +507 2111649 (Landline)
Fax: +507 2111994 (Landline)
Products/Services: Museums