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Don't miss this while visiting the ruins. This will provide details that you will not find at the actual sites, and all signs are in Spanish and English. Many of the original and best preserved carvings are located in this Museum.
After visiting Copán Ruinas with a paid guide, it was nice to have extra time at my leisure to peruse the museum and learn more about the culture and details of historical research. This is definitely an enriching lens after or during the experience of...More
When you go to the Copan Ruins it is simply a must to take the combined ticket that include this museum just next to the entrance. It has a unique design as you go through the tunnel and you come out facing the amazing red...More
Stopped in after visiting the ruins. It’s not a big place and I rushed through in probably 20 minutes. I skipped the tunnel so seeing the replica of the Rosalila temple was nice. If you went into the tunnel and saw this already then I...More
I LOVED this museum! I learned so much and it really added to the experience of visiting the Copan ruins! Had a great time examining and deciphering hieroglyphics and seeing many unique and original ruins that are preserved here. Definitely a must especially if you...More
We had the luxury of cool weather to visit the ruins and sepulcuras on separate days. On the third day, we visited the Sculpture Museum and that was the icing on the cake. The museum in laid out in a logical progression from ground floor...More
Copan Sculpture Museum was built over a weak foundation. You can notice cracks near the beautiful entrance tunnel. The Rosa Lila Pyramid replica is amazing. But due to the same problem: weak foundation, it shows cracks, too. Ticket price seemed too expensive for me.
I enjoyed the museum, but then I like most museums. The long tunnel leading to the museum itself created a sense of mystery. Some of the pieces in the museum were replicas (the large red temple in the center gives one a good idea of...More