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This small but incredibly well appointed museum of classical Mayan artifacts and architecture was a quick walk from our hotel up Boulevard Kukulcan in Cancun’s hotel zone. The exhibits are very well done and allow for a full 360 view of the piece in many...More
This museum is located inside of the Hotel Zone and might even be walkable to your resort! This museum actually has ruins from what existed inside of the Hotel Zone before the resorts started to open in the 70's. There is also a 2nd floor...More
The museum is nice but the real treat is the attached forest! So there are ancient pyramids there, other artifacts, a Well, those black Yucatan birds are going from tree to tree knocking down fruits (Guavas i believe) so watch out, and if that doesn't...More
Really enjoyed this museum. Be sure not to miss the Mayan ruins they have on the grounds. The total time needed to see the museum and the grounds is about 2 hours. Much of the exhibits were in Spanish only, but their was enough English...More
The Cancun museum is really worth visiting, it has two parts, the museum inside detailing the Mayan civilisation and then the archaeological site outside. The Museum is very well presented with most of the information displayed in English as well for the non Spanish speakers....More
Small, but excellent museum with Mayan ruins next door. Thoroughly enjoyed the morning here; the ruins are almost all shaded so you can take your time without getting burned in the sun.
Subtracted two stars for the security guard attempting to force us in the...More
This museum is not easy to find and it is not well promoted. Once you enter the exhibits, you feel transported to a fascinating era of Mayan culture. The museum building itself is an architectural beauty., well designed, spacious and easy to navigate. It rests...More
If you wanna learn about the Mayan history in Quintana Roo is a must see.
Perfect for families with small kids as it has an outdoor sightseeing.
For English speakers they have translation but limited. Would recommend the use of an translation app for the...More
We loved the Mayan Museum. It was not very big but the pieces they have to show are so interesting. They had Mayan carved stones as well as the bowls and utensils they used in every day life. They had lots of interesting plaques to...More
We purchased tickets on site, just inside the entrance area in front of the gift shop. I do not remember the price of the tickets but it was not unreasonable. Have a good time and take good walking shoes.
It should be about a 15 minute drive. Note that you'll need to go past and make a u-turn at one of their turn-around spots when you go there. I do not think they have a snack bar, however the museum is small and you will be... More
It should be about a 15 minute drive. Note that you'll need to go past and make a u-turn at one of their turn-around spots when you go there. I do not think they have a snack bar, however the museum is small and you will be able to take it in within a couple of hours and then resort to one of the other food options along the hotel zone.