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Museo de la Masacre de Ponce

32 Calle D | Corner of Aurora St., Ponce, Puerto Rico
+1 787-844-9722
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Never forget

The museum is a memorial to the fateful day innocent nationalists were killed while marching... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2017
Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wanted to visit, but closed for unknown reason

Wanted to visit this museum after learning about the Ponce Massacre at the history museum. We... read more

Reviewed 19 December 2016
Los Angeles, California
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  • Excellent44%
  • Very good19%
  • Average23%
  • Poor14%
  • Terrible0%
28 Apr 2017
“Never forget”
19 Dec 2016
“Wanted to visit, but closed for unknown reason”
32 Calle D | Corner of Aurora St., Ponce, Puerto Rico
+1 787-844-9722

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Reviewed 29 April 2017

The museum is a memorial to the fateful day innocent nationalists were killed while marching pacifically. Never forget.

Thank Kriziazafiro
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Wanted to visit this museum after learning about the Ponce Massacre at the history museum. We walked over after lunch and found it closed (although all indications were it was open that day). Interesting part of Puerto Rican history I didn't know about.

2  Thank Saranger
Reviewed 19 June 2016

I loved the history of this place. I loved reading about the massacre and then realizing that you are standing in the exact location where so many people suffered is a sobering experience. The museum itself is budget friendly since I think we paid about...More

2  Thank Gina M
Reviewed 16 June 2016

Though history can be controversial and at times contentious, it must be said in order to show where we are today. This is one of those locations.

1  Thank MrRitmo
Reviewed 10 May 2016

all the had was a few boards with pictures and stories of how things happened but I believe the price was over $5 I thought it was too much for what you do. all you do is read no one to tell you more details

1  Thank lnieves2016
Reviewed 19 October 2015

I decided to stop here after hearing about the massacre from another museum. If you are in the area it's a quick stop and only $2. The museum is in the actual location of the massacre, which makes it seem all to real. There are...More

4  Thank su2doz
Reviewed 23 September 2015

The building is well identify with the idea of what is all about the Masacre. Small place in good order for the timeline.of the historical events. My only complaint is that the person working that day was too busy to give the tour because she...More

Thank Maria S
Reviewed 12 August 2015

small mudeum, but very instructive inthe history of the event. history must always be remember. very heplfull staff.

Thank luis g
Reviewed 13 May 2015

tells the history of when the people marched in ponce and were massacred by the United States orders to suppress the Puerto Rican nationalist protests from the oppression and violation of their rights to raise the Puerto Rican flan and freedom of speech under a...More

2  Thank Norberto N
Reviewed 23 April 2015

Enjoyed learning about the history of this house and location in central ponce. The museum is well kept and modern, no fee. highly recommend

1  Thank GuillermoEnrique
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Does anyone know if the "Museo de la Masacre de Ponce" has a website, email address, and/or fax number? Also, could anyone recommended a self-guided tour of those historic locations in Puerto Rico associated with the Nationalist/Independent movement/Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos? I would like to visit some sites, during my next visit to the Island. Looking forward to your prompt assistance. Thanks! Alfredo
17 September 2015|
Response from luis g | Reviewed this property |
Hi Luis, Sorry I don't know if the Museo de la Masacre de Ponce has a web site. Maybe you could check the website of the city of Ponce and the can answer your question.I hope this can be of help.