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Hacienda y Ruinas de Ake

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Surrounded by fruit trees is the main house of San Lorenzo de Ake, that inside you can see three construction periods; beams in the ceilings of wood, iron and masonry. On one side of the main house of Hacienda you can see archaeological platforms...more
Km 40 Carretera Merida-Cancun Retorno a Zona Arqueologica Ake, Merida 97474, Mexico
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Reviewed August 21, 2018

My wife and I went on a trip through Yucatan in search for a small retirement home. After searching and viewing a few fixer uppers homes we stumble upon an old colonial home in the small town of Ruinas De Ake. Ruins are incredible and...More

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Reviewed March 3, 2018 via mobile

There are huge flat stones in this ruin, some used as overhangs and some collapsed! Can't imagine how the maya positioned them without equipment. Not very many temples here but a nice sidetrip in this village. There was a goat farmer rounding up his bleating...More

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Reviewed January 2, 2018

If you drive west on Rt 180 it's very easy to miss the turn onto the road to Ake as there's no clear sign there. If you do miss it, there's a turn-around (returno) some 500 m ahead and when you make a u-turn onto...More

2  Thank Ron S
Reviewed June 25, 2017 via mobile

This Trip Advisor entry implies that you have to tour the Hacienda and the ruins if you visit. But the ancient Maya ruins can be easily visited on your own, 7 days a week, 40 pesos (US $2.30 at this writing) per person. Find and...More

1  Thank sierradave1
Reviewed February 9, 2017

A hacienda was constructed on the Mayan site - which was not open to the public. The Mayan site is called Ake (place of the reeds) and was settled in the late Preclassic period, and was connected (by road) to the sites at Izamal (20...More

1  Thank Phil E
Reviewed July 4, 2016

This will never approach the majesty of Chichen Itza or Uxmal, but if you are looking for a trip to take while staying in Merida or nearby towns, I HIGHLY recommend this spot. Please realize that these will never rival the better known ruins, so...More

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Reviewed February 17, 2016

Didn't get into the hacienda, but we did go see the Ake ruins. These aren't particularly grand or large, not anywhere close to Uxmal or Chichen Itza. But you are likely to have the place to yourself, and you can climb the steps of a...More

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