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“This Museum Closed in June 2017 and may reopen as a Music one in 2018”
11 Apr 2017
“Daughter Loved It”
The Museo de Vida Silvestre (or Wildlife Museum) in San Juan allows people to see what wild animals from around the world look like. It is filled with a variety of mounted animals in displays that depict their natural origin and behavioral habits...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
1075 Marginal Jf Kennedy, San Juan 00920-1734, Puerto Rico
Just tried visiting a week ago, and unfortunately this museum is now closed. The employee said they should begin working on the museum in August/September and it should reopen as a music museum sometimes in 2018. So sad the animals will be gone, but glad...More
It's a smaller museum, but there are a lot of animals on exhibit. Exhibits are broken down by biome with descriptions of each and a map is provided to help identify animals. There is a 2-part video about Puerto Rico's environment and modern conservation. Our...More
We just visited with a group of 10 year olds Girl Scouts. It was a wonderful time, the staff was informative and very accommodating. The girls had a lovely time while learning about the different ecosystems and the animals that live in them. It is...More
I think is a bit expensive for such a small place and animals to see. You can only take pictures on the first floor. There are people available to explain what you are seeing but they don't stay with you.
When you go up to...More
this place you can go with your family, girlfriend, boyfriend, or friends, here u will find any kind of aniamls, from biggest to smallest, a person will be walking with you and that person , that person will explain evrerything to you!!!! you can ahve...More
It covers large and some small animals from all of the continents. You can only photograph on the first floor; photography on the second floor is forbidden, yet you'll see people breaking the rule left and right. The museum lacks [although it has space on...More
Although it openned its doors in 2010 the museum looks and feels like it is not finished yet. In fact just now they are putting up their gift shop and snack bar.
The museum was a great thought but it has not been presented well,...More