Tuscany village at Casa de Campo in Dominican Republic. Charming place. Several stores and Restaurants. A must if you are visiting
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Best way to learn about the life of original inhabitants of La Hispaniola. Well preserved historic pieces and well done historical counts of events. The best in the country
Wonderful artifacts and interpretation. The quality of this little museum makes you want to stay and see every exhibit.
Small (free) museum on the history of the peoples of the Dominican Republic located in the Altos de Chavon village.
Simply done, spotless. Well done for the area. No fees. Easy to understand. English and Spanish descriptions. Some lovely old artifacts.
My friend & I were the only ones in the museum. The guard whom I guess was bored struck up a conversation with my Cuban friend. He was very enthusiastic about all the artifacts in the museum & took it upon himself to tell us...More
It's a small museum, but if you know Taino art (found on the Caribbean islands, also Puerto Rico), this has some important pieces.
A well stocked and maintained museum, focusing on the history of the D. Republic through the indigenous population and the Spanish conquerors. Most of this fascinating museum features the Taino people, their artifacts and especially strange (to us in C21st) customs. Ask to see the...More
This museum is behind the Catholic Church in the village of Altos de Chavon. It is very well air conditioned so staying a while to look at the displays and read the informative signs (in English and Spanish) is very doable. The museum is impressive...More
This was a very educational and interesting exhibit about the original inhabitants of the Dominican. The Taino people. We enjoyed walking around and seeing the artifacts and reading. a must stop in while in Altos de Chavon.