Museo de San Juan San Juan, PR
established in 1978 to preserve the history of Puerto Rico’s capital and the cultural contributions of its citizens
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Year Established: 1978
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El Museo de San Juan is located next to the Dominican Convent on Norzagaray Street. Once the center for a busy marketplace during the 19th century, the museum was established in 1978 to preserve the history of Puerto Rico’s capital and the cultural contributions of its citizens. Renovated at the turn of the century, it features artwork by local artists, including that of celebrated painters José Campeche and Francisco Oller. The museum’s ‘Sala Oller’ houses a permanent exhibit on the history and culture of San Juan told through panels that are eighteen-feet in height and interactive displays.
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