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The National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology is a public institution and is part of the Directorate General of Cultural and Natural Heritage. Protects and disseminates the most important collection of archaeological artifacts of Mayan Culture...more
7 Av, 13th Zone 6 St | Building No. 5, Finca la Aurora, Guatemala City 01013, Guatemala
All reviews on display great collection pieces displayed mayan sites extensive collection interesting exhibits great introduction maya civilization close to the airport well worth the visit two hours lake atitlan stelae sculptures information piedras tikal
we had only time for archeological par of three museums but for someone trying to understand may culture and origins it is well worth it. models of remotely located towns were shown, you need about an hour if you dont spent much time and take...More
I was expecting to be a bigger museum based on the wealth of archeological finds in Guatemala. It starts with an etnografic section and then it progresses to the Mayan artefacts. Some interested pieces, but in about half an hour you can visit pretty much...More
I had time to spare in Guatemala City so decided to visit this museum. It was overpriced in my opinion for what it was worth. My admission fee was triple that of the zoo entrance fee and not nearly as interesting plus the museum has...More
I am a US citizen who reads limited Spanish. I went to the museum with a friend who is a Spanish speaker and temporary resident of Guatemala, so I did not take a tour. They have a great collection of Mayan pieces , no doubt,...More
We went last week, we think it was 30 bolivianos each for foreigners. We spent over an hour because there are 8 different areas, each with a different theme. Note that most things in La Paz close for a rather long siesta... More
We went last week, we think it was 30 bolivianos each for foreigners. We spent over an hour because there are 8 different areas, each with a different theme. Note that most things in La Paz close for a rather long siesta, including this museum.