From this Tuesday, August 18, the José Figueres Ferrer Cultural and Historical Center (CCHJFF), located in San Ramón, will once again receive the public at its headquarters, located on the north side of the Parish of that canton. The institution will apply the respective protocols to ensure that visits to its facilities are safe for all people.
The CCHJFF will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. at 4 p.m. During this reopening period, it will feature a poster exhibition presented in coordination with the National Archive of Costa Rica (ANCR), which is located in the main gallery on the first floor of the building.
In addition to the exhibition of posters, the public will be able to enjoy the permanent exhibition, where heritage objects such as the desk that Don Pepe used, and other personal objects of the former president are displayed; artistic works, mainly sculptures, related to its history and the events of 48, the object of the month, as well as documentary information about the life and work of the former president.
Visitors must follow sanitary measures for greater security, and thus comply with the protocol established for the subsector of Museums, Archives and Libraries by the Ministry of Culture and Youth (MCJ).
- Among the measures are:
- Use of mask or mask to enter the building and during the visit.
- Hand washing in the lobby.
- Taking temperature. Distance of 1.8 m. minimum between social bubbles.
- Decrease in capacity in spaces.
- Labeling of the building with information about the sanitary measures to be applied, as well as instructions for care.
- Constant cleaning and disinfection of common areas.
- The second floor of the building will be temporarily closed.