This house was once the site of the short lived Puerto Rican Nationalist movement who claimed independence from the United States on October 30, 1950. While the revolutionaries were arrested, this museum stands in honor of the brief stage in Puerto Rican history.
There are tours of the house, as well as informative signs and plaques being located throughout the premises to teach visitors about the pieces and rooms. The tours, however, are given in Spanish. Exhibits feature information about the family as well as the town of Jayuya.
Consider staying in a area within Puerto Rico if you plan on visiting Casa Canales Museum, as those visiting this region of Puerto Rico will have convenient access to the museum during their time there. With just a few hotels in the region around Casa Canales Museum, a small amount of tourist movement should be bargained for.
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If you find yourself hungry after spending time in the museum, you might enjoy trying one of the local eateries in the same area. Taco Maker Jayuya, which has a menu full of Mexican dishes, is very close-by, making it a great option for museum patrons. The restaurant is only about two and a half miles away from this landmark, so check it out and dig in! Also within a short distance, you will find options like and giving you a fair number eating options.
The museum is open every day from 9:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
The price of entrance into the museum is $1 for adults and $0.50(USD) for children.
Phone Number: (787) 828-4618
Location: Route 144, Puerto Rico
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