Museo Nacional de Historia Natural
Museo del Hombre Dominicano
The most extensive of the museum's highlights are the impressive collection of Taíno artifacts, including stone axes and intriguing urns...
Museo de Arte Moderno
The museum’s permanent collection includes paintings and a few sculptures by the DR’s best-known modern artists, including Luís...
Plaza de la Cultura
This large, centrally located park, mostly a sun-baked, fairly unkempt plaza, has three museums (two of which are worth visiting), the...
El Teatro Nacional Eduardo Brito
Hosts opera, ballet and musical performances, from classical to Latin pop stars. Tickets for performances at this grandly ornate...
Maniqui Restaurant & Lounge
Decked out like the boudoir of a burlesque club, this lavishly and curiously decorated space, seemingly inspired by modeling, is in the...
Museo Nacional de Historia Natural information
This museum includes exhibits on the battles between Haitians and Dominicans; on General Ulises Heureaux, the country’s most prominent dictator during the 19th century; and on Trujillo, the country’s most prominent dictator during the 20th century – displays include his personal effects such as combs, a razor, a wallet etc.