The museum is in the hotel zone and they charge about $56 mexican pesos per person. When you first come in they have a nice, small exhibit that isn't related to the Mayans. Upstairs they have many Mayan artifacts that are really wonderful from jewelry to weapons. They also have a long winding "road" that has a handful of ruins to check out. They really aren't that great except for the one all the way at the end (El Rey ruins nearby is better for this). The ruins are not wheel chair accessible They also have a small gift shop with decent prices.
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