| Sculpture Garden
of the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
299 de Diego Avenue, San Juan, PUERTO RICO 00910
Mailing Address: Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
P.O. Box 41209
San Juan, PR 00940-1209
Information Desk: 787-977-6277 x. 2215
787-977-6277 x. 2230
Email: general info: email@example.com
The Sculpture Garden of the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
provides a diverse and fulfilling creative environment to the general
public and forms an integral part of the Museum's permanent art collection
exhibiting over a variety of contemporary sculptures by renowned Puerto
Rican artists. As a non-profit institution committed to artistic awareness
and cultural enrichment, the Sculpture Garden represents the very essence
of the type of experience we provide our public on a daily basis. In addition
to the inspiring sculpture collection, we are proud to offer an impressive
botanical garden setting in the midst of Santurce, a bustling business
and commercial area of San Juan. The serene atmosphere is produced by
a dynamic landscape created for our visitors' enjoyment. A wide variety
of tropical fruit trees, native trees, bushes, creeping plants, flowering
plants and ferns totaling well over 100,000 in all dominate the overall
landscape. Thousands of tropical orchids compliment this greenery with
an energetic array of colors. This entire setting centers around a man-made
pond which ties in all this vegetation and color with its dazzling lotus
flowers and relaxing waterfalls, not to mention the dozens of brightly
colored koi inhabiting the pond.
There is no fee required to visit the Museum's Sculpture
Garden. A fee is required to visit any of the Museum galleries.
Museum Fees are: $5.00/adults $3.00/children (ages 5 - 12)
$3.00/students (with valid student ID) $2.50/senior citizens (60 years
+ ) $2.50/disabled
Groups of 30 or more receive a $1.00 discount per person.
Admission is free for anyone over 75.
The Museum and the Sculpture Garden are open to the public
Tuesday through Saturday 10am - 5pm; Wednesdays the Museum and Sculpture
Garden are open 10am - 8pm; Sunday hours are 11am - 6pm. The Museum is
closed on Mondays and major holidays. Information about the Museum's hours
of operation can be obtained by calling 787-977-6277 x. 2215.
To schedule an appointment or a guided visit to the Museum
and/or Sculpture Garden please call 787-977-6277 x. 2230.
Driving directions can be obtained by calling 787-977-6277
x. 2215, 2230 and 2261.
Parking is available on the grounds of the Museum. There
is a total of 600 available spaces. Parking fees are: $1.65 for the first
hour and $0.75 for each additional hour. Valet parking is also available
for a flat $10.00 fee not including tip.
All Museum tours should be arranged through the office of
the Visit Coordinator who can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at 787-977-6277 x. 2230, and via fax at 787-977-4448. The
Museum offers tours in Spanish, English, French and Italian. English,
French and Italian tours are available by appointment only. Self-guided
tours are welcome and encouraged. There are currently no audio guided
tours available at the MAPR.
Members of the MAPR receive periodic information regarding
Museum exhibits and events. Printed material is available to the public
on a first come first serve basis while availability lasts.
Catalogues of individual exhibits are available to the public
on a first come first serve basis at the Museum Store.
The MAPR is proud to offer a variety of educational programs
for schools and community groups. For more detailed information on existing
programs, please contact the office of the Educational Programs Coordinator,
Nadja de la Torre. Ms. de la Torre can be reached by phone at 787-977-6277
x. 2264 and x. 2282, by fax at 787-977-4448 or via e-mail at email@example.com
To participate in any existing educational programs provided
by the Museum for community groups, please contact the Museum and Community
Liaison, Dr. Olga Torres. Dr. Torres can be reached by phone at 787-977-6277
x. 2261, by fax at 787-977-4448 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
To submit proposals or suggestions for new educational programs
please contact the Director of the MAPR Education Department, Prof. Doreen
Colón. Prof. Colón can be reached by phone at 787-977-6277
x. 2269, by fax at 787-977-4448 or via e-mail at email@example.com
The MAPR has 18 galleries which house the permanent collection
and 3 galleries which for temporary exhibits. The Museum Store is open
during the regular hours of operation. The Museum also includes the Sculpture
Garden, Atrium, and the Raul Juliá Theater, which seats 400, among
its facilities. Restrooms and water fountains are located on each floor
of the Museum. All galleries and areas of the Museum are accessible to
the disabled. TDD public telephones for the hearing impaired are located
on the first floor.