Your donation will help preserve Puerto Rico's historical and natural heritage
The Luis Muñoz Marín Foundation (FLMM) was created in 1980 as a non-profit institution whose mission is to conserve, educate and disseminate the socio-economic changes that Puerto Rican society experienced in the 20th century. As a cultural entity, it also stimulates dialogue and high-level debate among the diverse ideological, social, political and economic currents in the 21st Century Puerto Rico.
The Historical Archive of the FLMM is recognized as the most complete and the main venue for historical research on the twentieth century in our country, and whose goal is that Puerto Ricans from all over the world, no matter where they are, can access segments of our story through the web.
The FLMM also houses the Dona Inés Park, an 18-acre urban forest with native and endemic species, many of them endangered, open to the public for your enjoyment and learning.
State Highway # 877, Km 0.4
Parallel street /Río Piedras Express to Trujillo Alto, San Juan
Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 am and 1:00 pm
$ 6 adults
$ 3 children (up to 12 years old) and adults over 60 years old
Reservations are required for guided tours of the urban forest or Green Contact hours. Contact us at 787-755-7979.