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Never thought that I would visit a museum totally dedicated to desiccated cadavers that have been hanging around in the region for over 100 years. The dryness of the area makes it so that the corpses do not decompose but simply dry out, clothes and...More
Once you get over the initial shock of the mummies, they are actually fascinating and some of them are quite sad, especially the children. There is even a 5 month old mummified foetus; the oldest in the world. It's amazing How well preserved most of...More
We would have enjoyed this place more if there were more labels on the mummies. To be fair, there was a tour guide and if our Spanish was better, we would have gotten more out of the place. As it was, while it was interesting,...More
The prices have gone up making this one of the more expensive museums in Mexico. They do have a senior discount (along with locals, students, and teachers) so make sure to ask about that since it isn't well advertised.
As far as the museum, the...More
Museum is a little further out of the centro museum zone but is still a relatively short walk away, albeit up hill.
Incredible display of mummies, nothing like i have ever seen.
Others can judge whether it’s worth 85 pesos for entry.
Piece of history. Great place to visit: peacefull👍 museum is easy to find (there is white/blue ”momias” signs from Guanajuato old town tontteja museum. Great piece of history. Don’t go early in the morning... might be too much people? We visited here 14 pm. And...More