Museum of the Word and Image, San Salvador

(4.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Very good exhibitions, will learn important facts unknown in the country data. The only detail is that they should consider its expansion and present, more rooms.
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  • Our small tour group visited this little museum on the second day of our three day stop in El Salvador. I found it very informative for someone (me) who didn't know much of the revolution in Salvador....  more »
  • 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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  • 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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