Sector El Vigia, Pso De La Cruceta, Ponce, 00730, Puerto Rico
Paseo De La Cruceta Ponce PR
Thursday 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
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Museo Castillo Serrallés
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Saraí Charón said 4 years ago
It's a lovely museum filled with the history of one of the biggest families of Ponce. The Japanese garden its gorgeous and peaceful. Easily will come back just for the garden.
Lynda Browning said 4 years ago
I have visited this site twice now and enjoyed it even more each time. It is a quick history of the family who lived there and originally began the Don Q Rum industry. Easy to find way up on the high mountainside. The view from here is spectacular. Overlooks the whole of Ponce. Superb guides. Explain every detail. Stop at the bar and sample the rum before purchase. Enjoyed the movie as well as the walk throughout. No photography within the residence.
Miguel Martinez said 4 years ago
Beautiful place to go. Great views. The landscape is beautiful. You have to go.
Cesar Astralaga said 4 years ago
Great history of PR rum. Incredible views of Ponce. Beautifully kept grounds.
kelsey nolan said 5 years ago
Was hoping to learn more about my favorite rum Don Q but the tour is just the history of the family repeated over and over. No pictures are allowed inside the house/castle. The tour also isn't very long and the ticket to get in was not cheap. It seemed more like an infomercial to get more money out of us. The very first thing they show is a video on having weddings, birthday parties and grad parties at the estate and then in the middle of the tour you're taken into a room with very modern art and told by the guide all the work is for sale. The gift shop has very little to offer. My dad was hoping to get a Don Q hat similar to the bartenders we have seen at bars but we were unable to find really any Don Q merch. Left feeling very dissatisfied and disappointed.
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