Top 10 Puerto Rico Museums Outside the San Juan Metro Area

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When you leave the San Juan Metro Area and visit the rest of our Island, you will discover world-class museums and local museums that are fun and interesting. Here are the Top 10 Puerto Rico Museums Outside the San Juan Metro Area.

Top 10 Puerto Rico Museums Outside the San Juan Metro Area

Caguana Ceremonial Ball Courts Site

The Caguana Ceremonial Ball Courts Site in barrio Caguana, Utuado, Puerto Rico, is considered one of the most important archeological sites in the West Indies. Studies estimate it is over 800 years old, built by the Taíno around 1270 AD.…
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Caguas Popular Arts Museum

This museum pays a tribute to Puerto Rican artisans renowned at local and international levels for their work, quality and significance. In the first of its two halls, the museum has a permanent collection of great Puerto Rican Master…
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Ponce Museum of Art

The Museo de Arte de Ponce’s internationally renowned collection is comprised of more than 4,500 works of art from many cultures, dating from the ninth century C.E. to the present.
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Hammock Museum (Museo de la Hamaca)

This museum is dedicated to the art of creating hammocks in Puerto Rico. The exhibits include different types of hammocks, materials and tools used to create them and even lessons and demonstrations of this typical craft. You can also…
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Jayuya Cemí Museum

The town of Jayuya seems to be loaded with the traces of the ancient Taíno Indian culture. It could be because the Taínos, and other indigenous cultures in Puerto Rico, appeared to have a preference of living and/or gathering together for…
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Museo de los Próceres- Cabo Rojo

The Museo de los Próceres was inaugurated on April 6, 1995, it is located in the grounds adjacent to the sports complex Rebekah Colberg. The Museum is a neoclassical structure and its front columns are similar to those of the Cuna de…
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Caguas History Museum

Located at the Old City Hall, a tour of its five exhibition halls transports us to thousands of years ago, when the old colonizers of the American Continent established their first settlements. Caguas History Museum has among its acquis an…
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Casa Cautiño Museum – Guayama

The Casa Cautiño is a legacy that recreates years of the history of our people of Puerto Rico. It was designed by Guayamés architect Manuel Texidor and built in 1882 - 1887, by commission of industrial Genaro Cautiño Vázquez. Its…
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