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William K wrote a review Mar 2018
Patzcuaro, Mexico34 contributions30 helpful votes
This museum offers a glimpse at the entire culture of the Purepecha including crafts, cooking and holograms showing copper working and guitar making. It is a must see for the visitor to Patzcuaro.
Date of experience: March 2018
1 Helpful vote
ninaservin wrote a review Jan 2017
Mexico City, Mexico16 contributions2 helpful votes
Even if this is not your first visit to Pátzcuaro and towns nearby. Visit this digital museum ,will give you an interesting guide with top quality HD videos and photographs. They have a 360 projection hall, they display videos on main festivities and places you should not miss. I know this area and culture very well, and I must admit I am impressed. Don´t miss it¡…
Date of experience: December 2016
1 Helpful vote
minerva b wrote a review Nov 2016
Florida52 contributions13 helpful votes
This cultural center is an impressive place, I've so much more appreciation about the P'urhépecha Culture. I have a better perspective of their history and the legacy of Don Vasco, who was a social reformer, and humanist educator. With him at their side, the Indians of this region were able to gather their strength, and expand their talents. Bravo to the Founders & Managers of this Museum for creating a quality place where one can learn history with joy! All their interactive exhibits are tops! You can even e-mail to yourself any article/exhibit. I e-mailed the food recipes!…
Date of experience: November 2016
gilda-bebe wrote a review Aug 2016
houston, texas80 contributions74 helpful votes
The focus of this museum is the dedication of Don Vasco de Quiroga to the Purepecha people. It tells the story of their culture with respect, and illustrates their foods, crafts, and work with innovative interactive exhibits.
Date of experience: August 2016
Patricia C wrote a review May 2016
Albuquerque123 contributions51 helpful votes
I was absolutely impressed by que high quality of this museum. It gives a historic summary of the Ruta Don Vasco. You experience art, language, food, traditions and when you leave you know exactly what Michoacan is all about and were to visit.
Date of experience: April 2016