They currently have two exhibits, The book El Quijote De la Mancha and all the languages it has been translated to, And on at the other end of the building they have an exhibit of the Royal Academy of the Spanish Language. Exhibits are free and good to kill an hour, specially if raining or to escape the heat. .
At the time of my visit the museum had only two rooms open. But one of them held an excellent show, the Cortes chocolate company collection. The family that owns the company collects contemporary Caribbean art, and whoever picks the work has a great eye. The other room held an exhibit of prints by Marcos Irizarry. Though I admired the... 更多
So many years living on the island, years ago. My husband remembers when his pediatrician was housed in this building back in the 60's! The collections are small, but so worth the tour, in particular if its scorching hot out. I was pleasantly surprised!!!
We decided to tour the museum as we had a few extra hours between our hotel checkout time and our flight. We spent approximately 2 hours there with our teenagers. An art enthusiast could easily spend more. There was a wide variety of art styles and mediums and it was a great window into the culture and history of Puerto... 更多