The Shapes, Spaces and Sounds Museum (Museo de Formas, Espacios y Sonidos or MUFES in Spanish) opened its doors to the public on April 2002, it is a program of the Costa Rican Art Museum, established by Law 6091 published in the Scope No. 157 from the Gazette No.209 on November 4th, 1977. It is located in the Former Train Station with exhibits in architecture, music, literature and fine art, which can be touched and heard.
The museum’s exhibit program and infrastructure is designed in consideration of accessibility requirements, with complete commitment to the 7600 Act of Equal Opportunity for Persons with Disabilities, published in the Official Gazette No. 10 on May 29th, 1996 and also to Act 7555 of Architectural historical Heritage of Costa Rica. The Shapes, Spaces and Sounds Museum is a nonprofit program of the Costa Rican Art Museum, for training, education and awareness in all the arts through interactive spaces, educational programs and the use of multisensory stimulation techniques. Guided tours for students from 2 to 17 years of age are available.
Address: On 3rd Avenue, between 17th and 21st Streets, district: Carmen, canton: San Jose, province: San Jose, Costa Rica. Zone postal code: 10101.
GPS Coordinates: 9.934625,-84.069114 (9°56’4.65″N, 84°04’8.81″W)
Schedule: from Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Phone: + (506) 2256-1281