Old Ponce Fire Station
The Parque de Bombas de Ponce, also known as the Old Ponce Fire Station, is more than 100 years old. In 1882, the building housed an Exhibition Trade Fair, and was converted into Ponce’s firehouse three years later. Now a museum, it was designed by architect Lieutenant-Colonel Maxino Meana in a gothic style. The building, famed for its red-and-black exterior, has been recognized by the US National Park Service. Visitors can check out this unique structure at the Plaza de las Delicias.