Casa Blanca Museum
San Juan, PR,
Due to the COVID-19 pandemia and resulting lockdown in Puerto Rico, a stay-at-home order has been issued, groups of people are not allowed in public areas and business operations have been limited. In the future, you may inquire updates about the operational status of places to visit in Puerto Rico.
General description prior to pandemia:
The Casa Blanca Museum's building was the first fortification built by the Spaniards in the San Juan Islet to protect against foreigners' attacks. It was also intended to be the residence of former Puerto Rico's Governor Juan Ponce de León, but he never resided there. Rather, Juan Ponce de León's descendants resided in Casa Blanca.
While in the museum, you may see XVI-XVIII century furniture and visit the gardens that surround the former residence.
Regular Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Sunday, 8:10 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm - 4:10 pm.
We suggest contacting the museum prior to arriving to make sure it is not closed due to a private activity.
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