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This museum is small but has an excellent selection of crafts by masters around Mexico. For a little more than a dollar entrance it is great value. There is an attached gift shop and cafe. Where there get your map of sights and craft workshops...More
Home to one of the largest pyramids in Mexico (200m square) with a flourishing church/convent built on top of another pyramid, all in the centre of town. All the buildings are painted yellow - originally done back in 1993 to welcome Pope John Paul on...More
We really enjoyed walking around this small museum and looking at all the different examples of Mexican folk art. One aspect we really loved was the inclusion of a lot of information both about the specific pieces of art and about the origins of the...More
Very good quality of various types of arts from Mexico. Pottery, catrinas, weaving, jewelry from henequen spines or palm seeds or cow horns, musical instruments, sisal, tree of life, very good quality representation of each art style, technique, etc. Very small but worth the tour....More
This wonderful air conditioned cultural center is right on the main square. It has a display of artisan goods from all over Mexico as well as very fine pieces from the region. The shop has excellent items for purchase. I highly recommend visiting this center...More
A must place to visit¡ the museum is what i like the most, is a great collection of masters of the Mexican art, very colorfull and amazing pieces.the store is all handcraf from yucatan, mayan women made all the pieces from diferent materials and tecniques.the...More