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Museo Nacional de Antropologia

Avenida La Revolucion y Alameda Manual Enrique Araujo, San Salvador, El Salvador
+503 2243 3750
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Avenida La Revolucion y Alameda Manual Enrique Araujo, San Salvador, El Salvador
Avenida La Revolucion y Alameda Manual Enrique Araujo, San Salvador, El Salvador
+503 2243 3750
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

$3/adults. Clean bathrooms. Very nice gift shop. Cafe on site with varied menu and good prices. Museum is a gem and every visitor to San Salvador should come here. The background on migration and settlement of El Salvador were interesting. The Salvadoran diaspora panels were...More

Thank Saranger
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The MUNA is a small but well curated museum in the center of the city. From the gate to the ticket office and the collection, the staff is gracious and helpful. On the first floor there is a very helpful and bilingual overview of the...More

Thank AVM2016
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

This is probably the biggest museum in San Salvador. Went with family and kids and had a nice time learning about regional culture. You can see all exhibitions in a couple of hours.

Thank Javier C
Reviewed 22 July 2017

A good place to spend an hour or two. Its a pity that the small texts in every display are just in Spanish. A good translation to English would help.

Thank carmengonzalezh
Reviewed 17 June 2017

This was our first stop and a perfect intro to El Savador's history and heritage. highly recommended

Thank barjoja
Reviewed 2 June 2017

An exceptional way to get a quick historical overview of El Salvador and Central America. It is dated in both it's presentation and upkeep, but ... Inexpensive. Broad range of topics. Clean. Good location.

Thank Bruce D
Reviewed 4 April 2017

Thankfully it was a cloudy day for the 2.3km walk south from our Morrison Hotel. After stowing our backpack and paying $3 each, we entered the main Hall of Migration with a multitude of exhibits: Indigenous settlement showcasing ceramics from a variety of archeological sites,...More

Thank Gene J
Reviewed 15 February 2017

This museum covers in a good way most of the history of El Salvador. They have a Xipe Totec sculpture that I just love. IMO, the last floor, dedicated to Monseñor Romero, is too much information on a single character. However, to each its own.

Thank Umeko11
Reviewed 1 February 2017

The museum gives visitors an excellent overview of the history of this beautiful nation. It is not a revisionist history; it shows both the achievements and the dark days of the country.

Thank Foodfan128
Reviewed 8 December 2016

I enjoyed this more than I thought, having been anthropology museums (I get bored easily). Plenty to see and most exhibitions in Spanish and English.

Thank CarmenSandiego2012
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