Magütá Ethnographic Museum of Mocagua
The Magütá Museum is a family heritage, created in 2019 by Abel Antonio Santos, Magütá teacher and linguist, who completed his PhD at the Amazonia campus of Universidad Nacional de Colombia. For 20 years, the creation of a museographic space was devised with the elements and materials that were collected by Abel during the development of the linguistic workshops and his participation in the Magütá rituals of passage. In 2019 the idea came to fruition and the space was built. The museum has archaeological and ethnographic pieces from the Magütá people.
The Magütá recordings stored in the Archive of the Indigenous Languages of the Amazon (ARDILIA) are part of the collections of this Museum.
Opening hours: 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., from Monday to Sunday
Museum interpretation time: 25 min. approx.
- Interpretation of the Magütá Museum.
- Clay, painting and weaving workshops.
How to plan a visit to the Magütá Museum
- Purchase of tickets on the public fluvial boat Leticia – Mocagua
- Purchase of return tickets to Leticia with reserved space on the public boat route
- Payment of entrance to the community of Mocagua
- Payment of admission to the Magütá Museum
Optional: lunch in the community
Public river boat Leticia-Mocagua schedules:
- 1st route. 7:00 am
- 2nd route. 10:00 a.m.
- 3rd route. 1:00 pm
Return Mocagua – Leticia:
- 1st route. 11:00 am
- 2nd route. 3:00 pm
- Contact person: Abel Antonio Santos
- Address: Resguardo Indígena de Mocagua, río Amazonas.
- WhatsApp: (+57) 3132280033, 3124843424
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- Facebook: museo magütá