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All reviews small museum mayan house flora and fauna on display human history great museum local museum modern history traditional mayan maya culture less than an hour souvenir shops couple of hours per adult the reefs two hours entrance fee
I've come here a few times now and love it. There's usually no other visitors when I've been and I've had the whole place to myself, except for a few sleepy guards.
There's some great history here and a lot you can learn about the...More
Spent a couple of hours enjoying the exhibits and a drink with a great view in this small museum when visiting Cozumel recently . It only cost $4 entrance fee and a guide was available to accompany you if wanted, we did our own thing....More
For the price and history buff, you can't go wrong. It's very small. It will be enjoyable if you truly care to know about Cozumel. Keep moving if not. There are 4 sections plus the Mayan house. It won't take very long to see, and...More
Just a couple of blocks from the ferry terminal, along the malecón you will find this small but well worth a visit to their local museum.
Housed in an elegant colonial style two-story building, complete with grand staircase, the museum is housed in four large...More
We went here before we got on the plane home. It's an interesting, well-intended, if small museum. It's four rooms and a small recreated Mayan Village. A handful of the artifacts are authentic but many are reproductions. The exhibits are decently well designed. I appreciated...More
If you want more than restaurants and tourist shops, this small but interesting museum sets the island in context of its geography, geology, wildlife and history. To come all the way from UK and see standard Royal Navy issue swords from 18th century, recovered from...More
This is an old question, but in case it's useful to someone - relatively easy. The museum is about half a mile from the cruise ship dock. The directions are easy - you just walk along the oceanfront main road (Avenida Rafael... More
This is an old question, but in case it's useful to someone - relatively easy. The museum is about half a mile from the cruise ship dock. The directions are easy - you just walk along the oceanfront main road (Avenida Rafael E. Melgar) until you reach the museum.