Costa Rica’s jade is world famous, and the Jade Museum - or Museo de Jade - displays arguably the world’s largest collection of the precious stone.
At this museum you’ll not only see a huge array of jade jewelry and artifacts, you’ll also discover why the precious stone was revered in pre-Columbian times, and how it was used and traded.
There are examples of jade from all over the Americas, including the Mayan Empire.
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The Jade Museum is in the city center on Avenida 7, between Calles 9 and 7. It’s on the ground floor of the National Insurance Institute INS building.