A museum exhibit featuring memorabilia from the late salsa legend Celia Cruz will begin traveling next summer, starting at Colombia's National Museum in Bogota.

Nelson Albareda, CEO of entertainment company Eventus, tells Billboard.biz that visitors to the exhibit—which will feature everything from Cruz' wigs and shoes to her Grammys and first contract to perform at the Apollo—will also receive a copy of Cruz' recently-released live album as part of their entrance fee.

The exhibit will likely spend about six months in Colombia before traveling to Spain and Mexico, says Albareda.

Eventus represents the Cruz estate for licensing and commercialization of her name. The company's VP of entertainment Omer Pardillo-Cid was Cruz' manager and trustee of her estate.

The company has also brought another Latin music memorabilia exhibit, Fiesta Tour McDonald's, to all five Latin Grammy Street Parties this year. The exhibit is set to hit another 40 Latin events through November 2009.