San Juan National Historic Site

  • twilight at San Juan, lights shine up on fort walls



San Juan Information

San Juan National Historic and World Heritage Site preserves the history the fort's soldiers, and offers visitors the beautiful views of architecture.

San Juan National Historic Site includes forts San Cristbal, San Felipe del Morro, and San Juan de la Cruz (also known as El Cauelo), Paseo del Morro National Recreation Trail, plus bastions, powder houses, and three fourths of the city wall. All these fortifications surround the old, colonial portion of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Fort San Juan de la Cruz is located at Isla de Cabras at the western end of the entrance to San Juan Bay.

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San Juan National Historic Site
501 Norzagaray Street
San Juan , PR

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