This is a wonderful museum, especially for those, who do not know much about the history of Honduras. It is in a beautiful building with nice stairs inside.The staff are very friendly; the girl at the admissions table spoke good English to explain everything about the visit. On the entrance, you have to leave your camera and cell phone in the locker. They told me that it is for political reasons, but I guess it is just security issues.
Although all information is in Spanish, for the price of 70 Lempira you get admission, an audio guide in English and a 3D movie showing the Copan ruins.
PS: it is also a good place to hide if you are overwhelmed by beggars :-).
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