Museo de Arte e Historia de San Juan, San Juan Antiguo
Calle Norzagaray 150, San Juan Antiguo, PR 00901
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Contact:+1 787 724 1875
Open Hours: Tu to Su from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Come admire current works by the Puerto Rican contemporary art community here. Browse the historic exhibition area where ... More
Museo de Arte e Historia de San Juan
Come admire current works by the Puerto Rican contemporary art community here. Browse the historic exhibition area where you'll view old photographs and artifacts. The Museum showcases works of the top-rated local artists that are available to the public during exhibitions throughout the year. Call ahead for information on current showings, as the museum constantly changes its venue.
Puerto Rico is a rich island where nobody suffer for food and people is very nice. we give a hand to every body.we are happy to have people from other countries. so i don't know how can people say is dirty and borring. that's a lie. i'm Puerto Rican and I'm proud of my beautiful island where nobody feels alone.Puerto Rico have a lot of festivals all year, People shared,and we have the best food, natural fruit juices, beautiful beaches, restaurants everywhere, nice views and many places to visit and is very but very tropical.may GOD bless who ever talk's wrong about my island. maybe some people don't like my island but that doesn't give anybody the wright of saying that is dirty and boring. GOD bless you
Poor everything! It was dirty, poor, lousy, awful. I could go on and on! Pretty boring also with bad food. I would reccommend it to my enemy.
It was not fun and so not worth the ten bucks! I could have been playing ping pong instead!!! Yeah, and I hate ping pong.
This place was a fantastic experiance, like no other...the people, were great and the way the city was, was as if it were preserved for so long and yet it still look brilliant.The beaches were like no beach I've ever been to before, I could see my feet through the water, and there were no waves pushing me down. The hotels were also very good. This is something I would defintately do agian.
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Located in the southern tip of Old San Juan, this stylish promenade hosted a former Spanish prison, which now houses
the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. It offers breathtaking views of the San Juan Bay and is bordered by a ...
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