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  • Museums in Merida



    El Gran Museo del Mundo MayaEL GRAN MUSEO DEL MUNDO MAYAExtensive exhibit of local Mayan history and anthropolgy. Non-Mexicans: $150 peos. Mexicans: $100 pesos. Kids under 12 and adult Yucatecan residents: $50 pesos. Yucatecan kids under 12, students, and seniors: $25 pesos.Open 8 am – 5 pm. Light and Sound Show visible...
  • Yucatecan Cuisine

    The culinary delights of a typical Yucatecan kitchen come from a mouth-watering mixture of European...
  • Merida Art Galleries

    With the growth in numbers of both private and public art galleries, Mérida is definitely on the...
  • International Festival of Maya Culture 2014

    Architecture over time and the landscape of the Mayab “Before the Sun existed, the Maya came...
  • Celebrations of January 6

    Happy birthday Mérida! On January 6 our city gets to celebrate its birthday, right in the...
  • Season of Los Gremios

    September and October mark a special time of the year when colorful religious processions called...
  • Historic Theaters in Mérida

    TEATRO JOSÉ PEÓN CONTRERASThe oldest and most beautiful theater in Mérida is named after José Peón...
  • MACAY Museum

    The MUSEO FERNANDO GARCÍA PONCE MACAY, better known as MACAY, is the only museum dedicated to the...
  • Teatro Jose Peon Contreras

    The oldest and most beautiful theater in Mérida is named after José Peón Contreras, immortal poet,...
  • Quinta Montes Molina 
Museum Mansion

    The Quinta Montes Molina, once known as Villa Beatriz, was built during the Porfirio Díaz period (...
  • Yucatan Handcrafts

    The Yucatán offers many handcrafts by local artesanos as well as imports from Chiapas, Oaxaca,...
  • City of Merida Museum

    The cultural heritage that is housed in the beautiful and majestic Ex-Federal Post Office palace...
  • Popular Art Museum - Casa Molina

    The Popular Art Museum (Museo de Arte Popular) presents a representative sample of the work of the...
  • Izamal's Cultural Center

    Izamal, the yellow city that is one of Mexico's 17 Magical Towns (Pueblos Mágicos) has something...
  • Christmas in the Yucatan

    The chillier nights of December mean Christmas is on the way. While we cannot offer you snow-...
  • Souvenirs from the Yucatan

    Maybe we shouldn't use the word souvenir, a word that has such negative connotations and in many...
  • Made in the Yucatan

    Take a guess. How many products do you think are produced in Yucatán? Take another guess. If you...
  • Mayan Arts Today

    As anyone who has visited the Yucatán can tell you, Mayan culture is very much alive and thriving...
  • Yucatecan Spanish

    The Spanish conquerors found strong resistance in the land of the Maya, a resistance that can be...
  • Who's on the money?

    Ever wondered who you're looking at when you count your Mexican bills? Mexican currency celebrates...
  • Filigree Jewelry

    Filigree is the manufacture of jewelry and other objects, made from threads of gold or silver. This...
  • Decorating your Yucatecan Home

    Now you have bought your Yucatecan home and renovated it, or built it from the ground up. You have...
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