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A historical family castle turned into a museum with breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea, the city of Ponce and manicured garden. There is a cross or Cruceta del Vigia, to ease the viewing and Japanese garden to complete the magical experience!
If you are in the area and have never take the tour of the museum you must do. They give you a short historical movie of the museum and take you around the house. Its beautiful and the views are breathtaking. If you are visiting...More
Must see. Tickets are required but it's worth it. Arrive early so you can get one of the first tours. Beautiful gardens. Couldn't take pics inside the house because is not permitted. So, you better visit then if you are in town.
If old photos and craftsmanship is something that peaks your interests , you will enjoy your visit. The castel also provides a beautiful view of Ponce. The tour is guided and begins with a video. There are stairs, but our guide offered an elevator ride...More
This is a must see when you are in Ponce. Its a quick drive up the mountain, and for the price of your ticket about $13 per person U.S., you get to tour the castle, and try some FREE rums, at the end, you get...More
Rum is very good for some people. A summer house for the rum barons. Wonderful view of most of Ponce. Tour was inexpensive and informative--do you know that no sugar cane is grown for rum production in PR? Molasses is shipped in from other places....More
We started going to the Soul Screams 4 years ago, and haven't missed one since. Getting better and better every single time, out entire family has enjoyed the terrifying event each year. Thank you to the staff and volunteers for always putting on such an...More