museo memorial de la resistencia dominicana

First memorial museum in Dominican Republic… MORE

The Museo Memorial de la Resistencia Dominicana holds in its different rooms the story of those heroes and heroines who mostly died in the struggle, resistance and defense of the freedom, justice and dignity of the Dominican people.

Opened in 2011, holds a collection of over 150,000 pieces and documents, which honor the more than 50,000 people, according to unpublished records, were victims of Dominican the dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo.

Unique in its kind in the country, you can make the tour without a guide and uses state of the art digital appliances where you can hear and see unreleased recordings and videos, and to give visitors an even more striking experience, in the basement they recreate a torture chamber tha same as those used during the Trujillo dictatorship.

The museum features an auditorium, a documentation center and a shop where they sell books and souvenirs.

Address: Arzobispo Nouel # 210, Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo.
Phone: (809) 688 4440

National Adult: RD $ 100.00.
Foreign adults: RD $ 150.00.
Children 4 to 12 and adults over 65 years: RD $ 50.00
Children under 4 years free.
Students: RD $ 25.00.
Guided groups: RD $ 500.00. Minimum 5 people, maximum 15.

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