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Luis Munoz Marin Foundation

Marginal Rd. 877, km 0.4 | Trujillo Alto Expressway, San Juan, Puerto Rico
+1 787-755-7979
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history was made here

If you want to know about PR history you should visit this Foundation museum. This was our first... read more

Reviewed 17 March 2015
Maritza G
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San Juan, Puerto Rico
The house of Luis Munoz Marin

Luis Munoz Marin is the biggest patriot that Puerto Rico has , the 1st elected gobernor by the... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2013
baldr1c
,
san juan
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16 Mar 2015
“history was made here”
29 May 2013
“The house of Luis Munoz Marin”
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Marginal Rd. 877, km 0.4 | Trujillo Alto Expressway, San Juan, Puerto Rico
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+1 787-755-7979

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Reviewed 17 March 2015

If you want to know about PR history you should visit this Foundation museum. This was our first Governor home they have almost everything from his governorship and more. Should take your family and learn about his legacy and how PR change from an agricultural...More

Thank Maritza G
Reviewed 30 May 2013

Luis Munoz Marin is the biggest patriot that Puerto Rico has , the 1st elected gobernor by the puertorricans ,what he did for PR cannot be explain in 50 characters I would need a couple of books but if a person goes to the foundation...More

2  Thank baldr1c
Reviewed 19 December 2012

Have benefited from lots of charlas by top notch people. Although named after a politician and located on his former homes, they do provide a balanced message.

1  Thank Goyopr
Reviewed 2 August 2012

This place is something different. If you are looking for something historical, mistic, deep and true in the history of the commonwealth status. Coming from a very good writters also here we saw warm decorative house of one of the governator of Puerto Rico, his...More

Thank Lenny H
Reviewed 31 July 2012

Quiet, autoctonous flora, culture & history together. Its a way to really know about the mid century history and the development of Puerto Rico under a govenment oriented to the people. You will need a car to go there.

Thank Lesbia A
Reviewed 2 July 2012

Lots of pieces of history, photos, documents, and friendly personnel. The legacy of the first elected governor of the island is in well custody.

Thank IsmaelT
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