It took a little while to get there from Guadalajara driving a rental car. Not sure how one would travel by bus. And driving through the village of Teuchitlan made you wonder whether this would be worth it. But driving up to the site, paying the $30 peso entry fee per person, and being greeted by a guide offering his services, I knew the visit would be worth it. Alongside the parking area is a new rest area building with bathroom facilities and a snack shop. We then walked up a cobblestone street maybe 500 meters to see the site (though they will allow vehicles up the road for those in need). Our guide was extremely helpful being from the village itself and proud of the "discovered" great cultural history of this western Mexico civilization. Interpretive markers dot the site, most with English translation. After the interesting site tour, the walk down the cobblestones led us to the new interpretive center where courtesous and sharp young staff offered an interesting movie (in English if requested) then walked with us throughout the various displays. The center was developed as an interactive educational facility where they bring school children and visitors groups to learn more about this truly fascinating find. A stop at a small restaurant in the village (a families front patio with a grill and tables) for tacos and beers topped off this quite memorable visit.