Museo de San Juan
Iglesia de San José
What it lacks in grandiosity it makes up for in age; the Iglesia de San José in the Plaza de San José is the second-oldest church in the...
Next to the Iglesia de San José is the former Convento de los Dominicos, a Dominican convent that dates from the 16th century. The...
Plaza de San José
This small cobblestone plaza is dominated by a statue of Juan Ponce de León, cast from an English cannon captured in the raid of 1797.
La Taberna Lúpulo
This beautiful old corner bar has been updated with Puerto Rico's best selection of microbrews. The line-up on the 30 taps is...
Old San Juan Farmers Market
Stop by the courtyard of the Museo de San Juan to pick up some organic local produce or coffee, nibble on homemade chocolate, bread or...
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Museo de San Juan information
Located in a Spanish colonial building, the Museo de San Juan is the definitive take on the city’s 500-year history. The well-laid-out exhibition showcases pictorial and photographic testimonies from the Caparra ruins to the modern-day shopping malls. There’s also a half-hour video about the history of San Juan and a small Saturday morning market in the pretty inner courtyard.