Alto de Chavón Regional Archaeological Museum

Alto de Chavón Regional Archaeological Museum

In Altos de Chavón it is possible to find some museums of interest, one of the most important being the Altos de Chavón Regional Archaeological Museum, which is in great demand by tourists. It was inaugurated in 1981 and has a long history behind it.

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What can we find in the Altos de Chavón Regional Archaeological Museum?

This museum is very interesting because in it we can find a great collection of the indigenous legacy of the island of Santo Domingo.

Specifically, it is composed of more than 3,000 pieces that have been found in the region. It has taken about 40 years for Samuel Pión to gather them and shape them so that they could tell the story behind them.

These pieces are arranged in chronological order to show how culture has evolved in indigenous societies, from the pre-agricultural era to the Taino era.

Alto de ChavónTo stimulate attendance, the museum offers a complete program of activities that includes research visits to rural areas, exhibits that only last for a certain time, conferences, and even different training workshops for tourist guides.

It also has some activities designed for children: they have the Exploration Classroom that aims to teach children those basic concepts of archaeological work. They will have the opportunity to become archaeologists for a day through the educational activities proposed.

The museum is open throughout the week from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. There may be some schedule changes depending on the activities that are scheduled for the week.

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