Sala Precolombina abierta de nuevo en el Museo Nacional / Pre-Columbian Room Now Open at the Museo Nacional

Hay un buen artéculo aqué sobre la Sala Precolombina en el Museo Nacional, que volvió a abrir sus puertas al público despuís de una remodelación que duró un año en terminarse. El museo tambiín cuenta con su propio sitio.

Costa Rica’s Museo Nacional has reopened its Pre-Colombian Room after a year of restoration. If you read Spanish, click here for a more complete article. Some 800 pieces are being exhibited in a freshly remodeled room at this museum on the eastern edge of San Jose. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. Tickets cost 1,000 colones for residents, $6 for foreigners. Wednesdays are free for Costa Rican residents, and children under 12, students with an ID and senior citizens are always free.

Costa Rica’s National Museum is a great place to spend a couple of hours learning about the country’s history and taking in sweeping views of downtown San Jose. Click here for a direct link to the museum’s website.

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