Museo de la Revolucion Salvadorena, Perquin

(4.2/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
If you’re looking to absorb a little history, head out to Museo de la Revolucion Salvadorena to learn about the El Salvadoran wars. Though small in scale, the museum offers many artifacts and exhibits from the era to take in, showcasing the events that unfolded during the 12-year civil war. Most exhibits are only available in Spanish, so if you don’t know the language, a guide is highly recommended. Many guides fought in the war, so you'll hear valuable anecdotes about the guerrillas who lived and fought here. Use our Perquin vacation builder to add Museo de la Revolucion Salvadorena and other attractions to your Perquin vacation plans.
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  • The museum is both indoor and outdoor, featuring actual weapons and equipment used during the civil war, the experience of the tunnels that were dug to avoid bombs, destroyed aircraft, photos and narr...  more »
  • A series of sheds tell the story about the civil war. Plenty of photos of those killed, and the weapons used . A radio studio had egg trays on the walls and ceiling for sound insulation which I though...  more »
  • We visited the Museum and we liked, although there was no people at the entrance that we ran... even so it was a good experience.
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  • Uno de mis lugares favoritos de mi lindo pais
  • Shocking and poignant, this museum shows the life of the Salvadoran guerrilla, as he survived, but more than anything, and lived together with his companions, in a humble area. With a wonderful atmosphere between the mountains of Morazan, this museum is indispensable to know the history of El Savador.
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  • A place where you can learn about the history of the Salvadoran civil war. It is not a modern museum as you could find in a city. It is a House that was modified and converted into a museum. They have many artifacts from the war and newspapers of that espoca. While this field of guerrillas that has been preserved by which you can walk. I definitely recommend it.
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  • The Museum is a very important place nice delicious climate enjoy it with friends 😻
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  • Very important
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