The attraction included a well cataloged small museum with artifacts and a diarama.depicting life in the park 1200-1500- AD. The Tainos were a hardworking/ hardplaying Tribe of Indians. There is little left of the culture; in fact, this museum contains more history of the Taino Tribe than anywhere else in the Caribbean. The small park contained multiple playing fields where... 更多
The Caguana Ceremonial Park and Museum is an interesting place to visit. The stones are incredible and the museum itself has so many artifacts on display. An added plus, if you are active or retired military there is no admission fee. I would definitely recommend a visit here if you are interested in the history of Puerto Rico.
We visited this site on a warm January day; spent at least 2 hours exploring the lovely little museum & then the archeological site itself. A very educational stop; we learned a lot about the indigenous Tainos, the island inhabitants at the time of the Spanish conquest. The staff was helpful & informative -- and helped direct us across the... 更多
My husband and I stopped by on a sunny Sunday morning and had a wonderful tour. We learned a lot about the Taino Indians, the original Puerto Ricans, and this special place from the guide, Fermin, who spent about 45 minutes with us, sharing his archeological knowledge in excellent English. The many petroglyphs were amazing. The staff was very helpful... 更多
When I stayed in Utuado, I was looking forward to go to this historical site. It was really nice to... 更多
We were a little short on time and the ground around the ceremonial squares was muddy, so we didn't stay... 更多
Caguana Ceremonial Site (Parque Ceremonial Indigena Caguana) This is a very interesting site tucked away in the hillside, overlooking the... 更多
It is a 2 hours scenic ride towards the park from san Juan hotels. Read about the Tainos prior visiting... 更多