The exhibits from the Monte Albán tomb are a must see, and the rest of the pre-hispanic materials are also wonderful. The later materials not so much. The building itself is worth the look just by itself. One of the biggest monastery complexes of the New World, very lavish (built on profits from the cochineal trade). While there, visit the Templo (next door and free) and the Ethnobotanic garden.
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