This is a small but lovely museum 10 minute walking time from the main square (Zocalo) and Cathedral, on the corner of a little sleepy square. The museum is free and only comprises 7 rooms for the permanent collection + 2 rooms for special exhibits, and so will not take you more than 45 minutes. While by no means exhaustive (Mexican crafts being so rich they could fill hundreds of rooms) it does provide a very nice selection or sample of some of Mexico's (not just Yucatan, but the entire country) best and richest crafts in fabrics and linens, ceramic, woodwork, etc. It makes you want to see more and gives you a better appreciation of the work that goes into the many "artesanias" you may come across your travels through the country.
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