I like musums with history and loads of artifacts. This is one for that, even if you don't read Spanish, for there was sufficient information that gave you the different periods (pre-classic, classic and post classic) for one to comprehend what was displayed. How many visitors read ancient Maya gliphs? Relatively none or few, so with that in mind the displays and exhibits were magnificent as one moved from era to era seeing jade, pottery, wood carvings, obsidian artifacts and carved alters and stellia. If you like to use you imagination and learn, this is a wonderful experience.
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