Acapulco is not a cultural destination. However, this museum has enough to make it worthwhile. It has a couple small artifacts that are 3000 years old and a good presentation of the history of Mexico.
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El Fuerte De San DIego is an excellent reconditioned and preserved Spanish fort with a storied history and an excellent museum on site. Exhibits include art, furniture, weaponry, pottery, clothing, maps, and depict the history of the area from the time of the earliest native...More
So decided to visit on our second visit to Acapulco and weren't disappointed. Found the displays very interesting
The fort is very well preserved,You can walk around the ramparts on all sides,Lots of cannon.The best part is when you go inside the various rooms underneath.Very interesting exhibits.
We visited as part of a cruise ship tour (tied to the cliff divers) but could have easily visited on our own by walking from the cruise port. There is a bridge that crosses the main, busy street and takes you directly there, less than...More
A trip to Fort San Diego would be interesting for families and singles. The displays are well- documented in Spanish and English and not so detailed that children would get bored. Besides, the rooms are air conditioned--- a blessing in humid Acapulco. A climb up...More
It cost 55 pesos to enter. We had an English guide that was also a teacher. Very large collections. The museum is airconditioned thank goodness. You can walk there from Acapulco Beach. We had a tour which cost $30 US plus entry but went later...More