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Its a beautiful museum, you find the Aztec and fantastic sculptures, feathered headdresses, you need hours to tour this place. The cafe has delicious coffee and pastries, light sandwiches but if you prefer a meal the restaurantde has nice meals. I usually patronize the museum...More
The museum is arranged quite intelligently. Even though there are literally hundreds of items, it is not overwhelming. Every historical phase of the indigenous groups of Mexico are represented. The rooms are from earliest to latest but after the Aztec period, the exhibits address the...More
History and anthropology of Mexico laid out in a beautiful venue. This is a living, walkable Wikipedia of the Mexican state's origins. Incredibly interesting, with amazing artifacts. This rivals Cairo's Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, but much more organized and has as much historical chronology. Sundays...More
A wealth of knowledge and history! We had a tour guide so that was helpful! Checked bags for free so you don't have to carry them. We were able to take photos as well! Nice little square out front with vendors to grab a keepsake!
This is a huge facility in the north west of the city. It draws huge crowds so best arrive early and avoid Sunday’s where locals come out Evin even larger numbers. There are several enormous rooms around the courtyard which could take a whole day...More
Beautiful houses on the beach of Acapulco Diamante. The houses are very comfortable, the view of the ocean is wonderful, the staff are really nice, always helpful. There are Three pools and each house has its own plungepool to enjoy in the garden. There is...More
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The day I went to the museum, there were no guides. Went to the information desk, and they knew nothing about guides. Went through the first floors of the entire facility in one day. Most of the exhibits are in Spanish. A... More
The day I went to the museum, there were no guides. Went to the information desk, and they knew nothing about guides. Went through the first floors of the entire facility in one day. Most of the exhibits are in Spanish. A few are in English. In the afternoon, I saw a few people with audio guides. When I asked if audio guides in English were available, I was told they were not from the museum, but from some private tour service.
While the museum is incredible, my impression is that the organization of guide services is haphazard and training of staff at the information desk is weak at best.