San Juan is not the only part of Puerto Rico with a history. While linked with Puerto Rico as a whole, Caguas has a unique history, including independent tribes, struggles, architecture, and economic history. Explore this museum and see why people of Caguas are proud of their heritage.
There are six main sections in the museum that center around different aspects of Caguas. The first explores the settlement of the Americas as a whole; focusing on the native tribes of Caguas, followed by the Spanish Colonization. The Second Section features the archaeological history of Caguas, as separate from Puerto Rico. The Third Section looks at the reign of the indigenous Caguas people, followed by the Spanish rule that led to the modern culture. The fifth takes a look at early Caguas, from 1775 until 1898. Finally, the Sixth section explores modern Caguas and its future.
Aguas Buenas is a good option for those wishing to visit Caguas Museum, since travelers to this part of Puerto Rico will be excited to have convenient access to the museum during their time there. With only a few accommodations around the neighborhood within the vicinity of the museum, a small amount of foot movement might be expected.
|Four Points by Sheraton Caguas Real Hotel and Casino||Hotel||5.5 mi. (4.5 km)||SE|
|Howard Johnson Centro Medico||Hotel||--||--|
Pretty close-by is Caguas Real Golf Club, a convenient place to hit a few holes of golf in the area.
The museum is open from Tuesday through Saturday. It opens at 9:00 a.m. and closes at 5:00 p.m., with a one hour lunch break at noon.
There is no charge to enter the museum.
Phone Number: (787) 653-8833 ext. 1847
Location: Munoz Riviera Street, Caguas, Puerto Rico
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