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All reviews modern art great museum guided tour coffee shop great overview colonial building an english speaking guide entry fee includes pedestrian street social media great place to visit take advantage be careful nice place exhibits history ruins
The MIN or the Honduran Museum for National Identity is a museum devoted to the acquisition, investigation, conservation and dissemination of historical material relating to the human population of the territory of Honduras.
This bare bones museum makes you wish you were in air conditioning while simultaneously making you ponder the age old question, “what is art?” There are currently two exhibits, active construction in the way of said exhibits, and if you’re lucky, a guard’s phone will...More
An old building transformed to keep serving the community, full of data on natural and social history, a 3D theater to have a first hand view of Copan without travelling, temporal exhibits, gift store and a central patio for events
This is neoclassical building, with beautiful space and some exposition rooms with locals artist and foreigner artist. Today have an Goya bullfighting work, it was a nice exposition. And they have an auditorium with virtual visit to Copan Ruins and the museum itself.
Not sure if the place was looted, I expected a complete story of the Honduran nation. The museum is in a gorgeous former presidential palace build n the 1920's. There must be 30 large rooms, yet only 4 had exhibits of any kind. Was warned...More
In and out in 30 minutes (and I watched the 17 minute 'Virtual' tour of copan). The staff, let's just say their interpersonal skills needs improvement. A "book cafe" with no books and mediocre coffee. Bathrooms are nice. Francisco Morazan and the founding fathers would...More
So, I went to this place with no expectations and was pleasantly surprised by the amazing staff and beautiful location. Loved the expositions and the knowledgeable guide. I can't remember his name but he was AMAZING!!!
If in Teguz a visit is warranted to this cultural gem. It is an unassuming museum located in a revitalized colonial building in Barrio Baja. Even before you enter the museum you are greeted with a cultural project out on the street, you'll just have...More
I went there last week alone. The entry fee was 100 lps, including an English guide. Quite a bargain! Although the museum was in some sorts of maintenance and some galleries were closed. After the around 20 mins guide tour, you could still walk around...More