Stopped for about an hour earlier this week. The Department of Culture has done a nice job getting this place started; it still has a bit of work before it's ready for prime time, but it is certainly worth the quick trip if you're in San Salvador (25 min drive). Salvadorans and other citizens of other Central American countries get in for $1 each while everyone else pays $3. The little museum has some interesting artifacts in it. The ruins themselves have not been restored to the extent of other popular Central and South American ruins, but they are hard at work. Across the street there are a handful of stores where you can buy reasonably-keepsakes.
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