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Bayamon City Hall
Bayamon's eight story building, city hall spans five lanes of highway. Built in 1978 of concrete, glass, and lemon-yellow steel I-beams is the only suspended building of its kind in the Caribbean and is believed to be the only one of its class around the world. The building has a bridge that connects people from one side of it to the other.
Rt. 2
Francisco Oller Art and History Museum
Located on the former Bayamon City Hall. The museum features memorabilia of the city's history, arts and sports. Located bewteen Maceo and Degetau Sts.
(787) 785-6010
Museo Bibiloteca Dr. Jose Celso Barbosa
Former home of José Celso Barbosa, who is often referred as the father of statehood. The museum features objects that belonged to Barbosa, such as family photos, medals, and certificates. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-noon 1:00pm-4:00pm
16 Barbosa Street
(787) 977-2700
Parque Central
Open Tu-Su: 9:00am-6:00pm.
(787) 798-8191
Parque de Las Ciencias Luis A. Ferré
Located in Bayamón (this city is considered to be the most progressive city of the island) includes museums, playgrounds and a zoo. In addition you will find an observation deck with a spectacular view. Open Wednesday through Friday from 9am to 4pm. Admission: Adults $5, children $3.
Route 167, south of Diego Expressway (Hwy 22)
(787) 740-6868
(787) 740-6878
Coliseo Ruben Rodríguez
Located 20 minutes away from the San Juan. It has a seating capacity for 13,000 persons.
(787) 725-2110
Plaza del Sol
Shopping center with over 120 stores. Open Mon-Sat 9-9, Sun 11-5.
Rt 22, Exit 10

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