Museum of the Word and Image, San Salvador
(4.2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Small museum about the history of El Salvador. It was not easy to find, because the taxi driver did not know it, but the visit was worth definitely.
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  • It is well conditioned, has several works pretty good, the best way to learn about the origins of our race, I recommend it to carry their children.
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  • A space forced to maintain alive the memory historical of El Salvador. It has various rooms and exhibition itinerant, can receive large groups with interactive and educational activities. It is undoubtedly one of the best containers of recent history data and media of the country.
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Google
  • Interesting, illuminating, telling exhibits on recent El Salvadorian history. It was somewhat disappointing they do not recognize the student status of students from abroad and so charge them 200% of the entry price. All students should be be recognized regardless of their origin... Indeed, this is particularly ironic given that the museum is dedicated to discussing the problems of discrimination.
  • Excellent place!
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  • It's not the best Museum in the world...
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