The ICE Group Technological History Museum (Museo Histórico Tecnológico del Grupo ICE) was born on March 1st, 1993 with the mission to rescue and display the historical richness of the ICE Group, comprised by the National Power and Light Company (CNFL in Spanish), the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE in Spanish) and the Costa Rican Radiographic S.A. (RACSA in Spanish). Since then, the museum’s objectives are aimed to investigating, educating and communicating to the people everything about the development of services such as electricity and telecommunications in Costa Rica.
With each one of the services, it seeks to effectively meet the information needs of all those who are interested in learning about the history and projects of the ICE Group. Currently, the museum is part of the Marketing and Institutional Communication direction, with an exhibition of art, documents, photos and history of electricity and telecommunications in Costa Rica.
Address: 400 meters north from ICE in La Sabana, Luisa street, district: Mata Redonda, canton: San José, province: San José, Costa Rica. Zone postal code: 10108.
GPS Coordinates: 9.942367,-84.101858 (9°56’32.52″N, 84°06’06.69″W)
Schedule: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: + (506) 2220-7656