Guayaquil and the Pacific Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Guayaquil and the Pacific Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Museo Antropológico y Arte Contemporáneo

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If Ecuador doesn't spring to mind when someone mentions art, a visit to one of Guayaquil's most impressive museums might change that.

Museo Banco del Pacífico

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Just a block from the waterfront, the Pacific Bank Museum has rotating exhibits of archaeological discoveries, as well as a permanent...

Museo Casa de la Cultura

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The Museum of Culture features prehistoric stone and ceramic artifacts discovered on La Plata Island off the coast from Guayaquil. There's...

Museo Centro Cultural de Manta

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Yet another museum operated by Ecuador's Central Bank exhibits artifacts from the Pacific coast's pre-Inca indigenous Manta culture.

Museo Municipal de Guayaquil

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While the Municipal Museum of Guayaquil has many interesting archaeological exhibits, the biggest draw is a collection of tsantsas,...

Museo Nahím Isaías

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The Nahím Isaías Museum is one of the country's truly fabulous institutions. Each year about 500 pieces of the astounding permanent...

Parque Histórico de Guayaquil

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There are three sections to this park: the Architecture Zone, with colonial buildings dating to 1886 (they were restored and moved here);...

Parque Nacional Machalilla

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The 136,850-acre Parque Nacional Machalilla is in the extreme southwestern corner of the state of Manabí, and was created in 1979 in...

Parque Seminario

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This lovely square, the heart of the city since it was inaugurated in 1895, is known by many names. Because it has the almost obligatory...

Torre del Reloj Público

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The Moorish style clock tower, constructed in 1770, is one of the city's most enduring landmarks. Inside is a small exposition of photographs...

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