This anthropological museum is committed to the advancement of the native peoples of the Dominican Republic. Inside, museum visitors will find a variety of pre-Columbian artifacts, including a stone with manatee incrustation, ceremonial axes, a ceremonial seat call a duho, a carved vomiting spatula used by shamans on drug-induced vision quests, amulets, and a ceremonial tray. Visitors can tour the museum on their own or join a guided tour. Tours are recommended.
- Open Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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