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Emigdio wrote a review Nov. 2018
Queretaro City, Mexico1,047 contributions35 helpful votes
This rare, haunting and colorful place it’s the best expression of the cultural vein in México. It’s placed on a hill where you can find the oldest cemetery in town. The view of the tow it’s great and walking among the”camposanto” it’s like a travel in time. As usual the areas of opportunity are the maintenance and cleanness of the place, the street outside this building smells awful and it’s full of garbage. The entrance it’s free and it’s little exposition it’s all dusty and wasted.…
Date of experience: November 2018
Joseph_Toone wrote a review Aug. 2018
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico64 contributions14 helpful votes
If you are in San Juan del Rios it is well worth the effort to see being one of few tourists things in town. All in Spanish but fun even if not fluent and interested in how the afterlife was viewed for centuries.
Date of experience: June 2018
Khowaga wrote a review Dec. 2017
Austin, Texas93 contributions66 helpful votes
This is practically the only thing of interest in San Juan del Rio, and the price is right (donations accepted). It's definitely worth a look.
Date of experience: December 2017
Flavio S wrote a review May 2016
Mexico109 contributions23 helpful votes
It is an interesting museum with a very tiny chapel, some relics. a good place to visit in San Juan del rio.
Date of experience: June 2015
alice2004 wrote a review Mar. 2016
mexico city5 contributions
This small museum shows prehispanic and colonial Mexican burial rituals. It is interesting but only if you understand Spanish We were given a brief tour ( half an hour) by the only employee there. It is situated in the first graveyard established in San Juan in the eighteenth century and is no longer in use for actual burials.…
Date of experience: February 2016