Entry to the Museo Historico de Culebra is free. However, visitors are encouraged to bless the Museum with a donation. In the Culebra’s Historical Museum “El Polvorin,” visitors will be able to learn about the Island’s distinct history beginning with the indigenous Taino inhabitants to the more recent presence of the U.S. Navy.
The small Museum contains:
- Archaeological artifacts.
- Photographs from the past.
- Other historical objects related to the history of the Spanish Virgin Island.
Culebra and Vieques are both accessible via ferry, and the journey to Culebra is approximately forty-five minutes to the ferry terminal in Ceiba. Culebra’s Flamenco Beach has been rated as one of the top beaches in the world, and there are many great reasons to visit Culebra, aside from the Museum.
Similar to its sister, Vieques, Culebra is a fantastic small island close to the east coast of Puerto Rico. Culebra houses the quaintly named Museo Historico de Culebra (Museum of the History of Culebra) that educates people on the history of Culebra society and culture with its extensive collection of exhibits, artifacts as well as works of art made locally by artists. Until 1975, Culebra was used as an ammunition range for the U.S. military. United States military, and when you visit Culebra’s Museum of History, you’ll learn more about the tragedy as well as the final victory of the fight to bring the Island back to its sovereignty.
- Sunday: 10 am-3 pm
- Friday: 10 am-3 pm
- Saturday: 10 am-3 pm
8P68+5P4, Fraile, Culebra 00775, Puerto Rico
Phone +1 787-617-8517