As a history teacher I found this site very interesting. The site is well preserved and the artefacts on display are quite stunning.
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So surprised that more is not made of this museum. We enjoyed our time there. Beautiful architecture, interesting displays and in the adjacent landscape there are trails leading thru an indigenous forest to Mayan ruins. Also a nice gift shop on site and some local...More
This was the first planned stop on our trip. We were able to walk through the doors right when the facility opened. The modern and clean architecture made the galleries much more attractive. The ruins also created an authentic experience.
A must If you appreciate Mayan history. Or if are in a hurry of time or don't want to get expenses visiting sites as Coba, Chichen, EkBalam or Tulum. Visiting museum ruins(San Miguelito) has historical information about Cancun area. Museum collection is great, periodic expositions...More
We arrived to our hotel 5 hours early and the Museum was just across the street. It was a great place to go to while waiting for the time to get our hotel room. It was very interesting. I particularly enjoyed the walk around the...More
Great place to visit when you need a break from the sun! Single floor museum has a nice collection of artifacts. The museum has an easy to navigate floor plan, beautiful views and is well air conditioned! Major informational signs are in both Spanish and...More
Great starting place to explore and know about the mayan culture.Also there is an arqueological site right on the museum grounds.
A well maintained site. Walking distance from The Royal Carribean resort. Directly at the R-2 bus stop for the Captain's Cove restaurant. The museum is upstairs. At ground level is an actual archeological site with Mayan ruines including a small pyramid. Iguanas are easily found...More
Am a history buff and drug my husband to check it out since it was very near our hotel. After reading reviews we made sure we took pesos for entry and it was in fact required. The building has interesting architecture and the layout with...More
There's no shortage of Mayan sites in the Yucatan peninsula, and it may be a great experience to get next to the ruins, but if you are genuinely interested in learning more about the culture, be sure to visit here. Admission costs are low. You...More