The Centro Ceremonial Indigena de Tibes located in Tibes Ward, close to Ponce town, is among the most significant and most essential ceremonies in Puerto Rico. Radiocarbon dating and archeological investigations suggest that the central time of occupation was 400 to 1000 AD.
The site is comprised of plazas and courts lined with stone that is shaded by native trees. The first inhabitants of the area are believed to be Tainos.
Admission is $3 for adults, with a discount for children under 12—seniors, disabled and students (with identification). Adults over 75 and children younger than five years old are free. Only cash is accepted.
Centro Ceremonial Indigena de Tibes Contact Details
Address: PR-503, Ponce, 00730, Puerto Rico
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