In 1982 opens its doors in Cartagena de Indias, with a collection of gold and pottery of the major pre-Columbian cultures. The July 20, 1984 is remodeled for the first time, becoming a regional museum Zenú culture.
The Gold Museum is located in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, in the walled sector Plaza de Bolivar.
Contains the most beautiful testimony Zenú culture. Through its different rooms visitors can see demonstrations of this indigenous group.
The collection is composed 538 pieces of jewelry, 61 pieces of pottery, 12 pieces of stone, 48 pieces of shells and 6 pieces of bone.