The William Miranda Marín Botanical and Cultural Garden is the birthplace of the country’s history and culture. Converging in the grounds of the Garden important archaeological sites of the Taíno Indians that inhabited Borikén-aboriginal name of Puerto Rico-, centenary ruins of the old Sugar Mill San José, as well as the centennial barracks with traces of slave labor whose invaluable sacrifice represented an important element in the development of the Creole personality.
For all the above, the Botanical and Cultural Garden William Miranda Marín exposes the rich multicultural heritage that makes up the Creole heritage of the Cagüeños and Puerto Ricans. When the fibers of the Tainos, blacks and Spaniards are added to its texture, the Garden celebrates the roots of Creole and Puerto Rican culture for the enjoyment of our people and their visitors.
Address: Road 156 towards Aguas Buenas, Caguas, Puerto Rico 00726
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