Museo del Niño
Catedral de San Juan
Although noticeably smaller and more austere than other Spanish churches, the Catedral de San Juan nonetheless retains a simple earthy...
Museo Felisa Rincón de Gautier
This museum, an attractive neoclassical townhouse, was the longtime home of San Juan’s beloved mayor, Doña Felisa. She presided over the...
Plazuela de la Rogativa
This tiny gem of a plaza with lovely views of the bay is home to an interesting, stylized bronze sculpture of the bishop of San Juan and...
If Hunter S Thompson's ghost wanted to relive his Rum Diary days, this is where you’d find him. Cool, crusty and unashamedly divey, the...
Patio del Nispero
The shady courtyard at the El Convento is home to the hotel's all-day restaurant, so named for the resident 350-year-old Nispero tree....
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Museo del Niño information
Kids love the three floors of hands-on exhibits stuffed into this orange-and-green building that sits on the edge of a small shady park. Fun and interactive displays candy coat all sorts of serious and interesting topics. Favorites include a walk-through cave explaining bats and their sounds, a space exploration center, a climbing wall, a TV studio where you can make your own shows and a lot more. Even toddlers can get in on the fun in a special area just for them.