The Luis Noboa Naranjo Museum was inaugurated on January 25, 2006 and was established by Alvaro Noboa Ponton to honor his father, an Ecuadorian businessman who was the owner of one of the biggest fortunes in the country.
The museum exhibits an important painting collection that was acquired by Noboa Naranjo during his life; it comprises the most important works from Ecuadorian artists.
10 rooms that exhibit 97 art pieces and a recreation of the office that the businessman had in the first floor of Bananera Noboa Exporting Company, located in the south part of the city, which comprises his old oak desk, three leather armchairs, his favorite leather briefcase, desk accessories, ashtrays and photographs of the businessman with important personalities.
Among the art pieces, stand out the three murals of Manuel Rendon, the paintings from the Art School of Quito, the works of Oswaldo Guayasamin, Eduardo Kingman, Humberto More, Carlos Catasse, Ricardo Montesinos, Segundo Espinel, Luis Miranda, Oswaldo Viteri, and others.
Services: it offers guided tours for schools.