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Although a number of these small museums dont shout out to be visited ( as they look like very nice homes from the outside) most have a person in a type of uniform stood in the doorway so just ask.
We were shown around by...More
I really thought it would be more than rum in the history of Ponce! The city is nice and interesting as well as the firestation, but as for museums it is really not that interesting. San Juan has much more to offer.
Special thanks to Ronald, who was an amazing guide and excited to tell me everything about his hometown. Ponce is full of a lot of history and culture, from the mudslide to Carnival, and I enjoyed learning all about it here. Ronald also recommended a...More
We were in Ponce for 2 days and visited this museum.
It is located in a historic, beautiful building from 1911.
The museum interior is set up very nicely with lots of illustrations, photos and everything is well organized in different rooms.
The man at...More
Well laid out museum. We were surprised by the number of rooms in the museum. I'm glad I finally had a chance to visit. Museum was worth a visit. However, unlike other museums, I see no need to return to this one.
OK, but I thought that I was going to see more artifacts, relics of ancient residents of the island. Too much time was spent on one particular artist, a photographer, and not enough on historical paintings. The docent's descriptions were very interesting, but spoke with...More
I really enjoyed this museum. We had the option of an English speaking tour guide which we declined. The plaques are solely written in Spanish so you need the tour guide if you want to see what they say, or you need to be able...More
Response from Ale_Limbru | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure if the people tending the museum will know about him, but there are many displays with items of/about local businesses, so you might find some more information there.
I suggest you contact the museum directly.