entrance is 30 pesos, about $2.50, per person; we were not aware of any guided or self-guided 'tour', but certainly appreciated the ambiance and history of the site. Archeologists work on the third floor studying and classifying artifacts. wander around the garden and to the cenote which provided water for the convent, too. Chapel is awesome.
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