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This is a fascinating little museum in the pyramid at the end of the Malecon. Although the sea, salt and sand have taken it's toll, there is a lot of renovation work currently going on. It is worth the visit and the entrance fee is...More
Cool structure reminiscent of Olmec pyramids, but being right on the beach and constantly battered by salt spray the metal parts have rusted away and there doesn't appear to be any effort underway to fix it.
I was just here last week but the museum was closed on the day I went, not sure if it is opened on other days. I mostly just wanted to get photos of the pyramid and the beach. You can climb up to the top....More
its a rather small archeolical collection , the museum should be more tourist oriented and offer video explanations in english and fench also needs to have belingual staff and a sigh out side to advise visitors