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Exhibits include art, furniture, weaponry, pottery, clothing, maps, and depict the history of the area from the time of the earliest native inhabitants through modern times.
The museum has their displays translated into English, so you can go and read about the history of Acapulco especially relating to the relationship with the East.
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The museum was small but fantastic with amazing unearthed complete stone pieces central to the religious center, along with complete artifacts of art, ceremonies, jewelry, and even a full burial chamber discovered...
Norma was a very friendly and knowledgeable tour guide She has been a resident of Zhuatenejo area her entire life and has much insight to the surrounding areas, history and knowledge a variety of plants.
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Excellent source of history: early colonialism, protecting capitol from piracy, and view is amazing.
Ok maybe its just because I am a bit of a history buff, but every museum in Acapulco is so proud to display their history.
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I would like to know more about this man who preserved the house while decking it out with art and a tiled bar from whence he served visitors a complimentary glass of tequila after he turned it into a museum.
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The rotating visits in the Museum are spectacular.
The museum is excellent.
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We stumbled across this museum and were so happy we did!
If you are already a fan of William Spratling's designs you will love this museum.
For anybody that is interested in Jewellery and art, this Museo is a must.
This little museum had history of the area with pictures and artifacts, a guide in English was provided to read about the displays.
I am a museum junkie and I felt these folks did a great job telling the story of the people who had inhabited that part of Guerrero for millennia.