Designed like a Grecian amphitheater, this breathtaking 5,000-seat open-air facility hosts concerts and performances from major Dominican and international artists year-round. Seeing a concert here, under the stars, is a bucket list item.
The Altos de Chavón Archaeological Museum, tucked inside the Altos de Chavón complex, houses one of the most comprehensive displays on pre-Columbian and Taino indigenous culture in the DR. The well lit and labeled extensive exhibit dates from 4000 B.C. to 1492, and counts over 3,000 pieces. The museum also covers the history of Altos de Chavón, and of the DR, for added background.