Description from the publisher
The Arecibo Lighthouse and Historical park is a cultural theme park located in the surrounding area of the Arecibo Lighthouse. It has an innovative and unique concept that includes among other things five cultural representations of Puerto Rico's history, which transports all of our visitors through historical and cultural events from the Spanish conquest of 1493 to the 1898 when this lighthouse was built and the Spanish-American war occurred. In the restored lighthouse you will find original marine artifacts, and from the roof a breathtaking view of the town of Arecibo and the Atlantic Ocean, and if you are lucky, whale watching when in season.
How to get there
From highway 22 take exit 71 [Domingo Ruiz / Bajadero], and make a right at the end of the ramp, continue to the intersection with road #2 and make a left. Continue on road #2 till the next traffic light “Shell” gas station; make two  rights and take road #681. At the intersection with road #655 turn left, we are located at the end of road #655. Follow our signs. From Road #10: Continue road #10 North, at the intersection with road #2 make a right and cross the bridge. At the traffic light make a left and at the "Shell" gas station make a right, continue on road #681. At the intersection with road #655 turn left, we are located at the end of road #655. Follow our signs.
it is really beautiful
"Fun for the whole family!"
I recently took my family to the facilities of the Arecibo Lighthuse. I found the park to be very beautiful. We had a great time visiting the sharks, turtles and the mini zoo. The lighthouse had been recently renovated so forth it was in great condition.