The Mayan Museum of Cancun makes possible a space for Mexico’s mayan culture, a place where culture and national rooting overflow in each of its archeological pieces.
Located in the archaeological area of San Miguelito, just a few kilometers from the boulevard of Kukulcán in the hotel area, the Maya Museum of Cancun has buildings of about eight meters high and with three exhibition pavilions.
The Mayan Museum not only houses archaeological collections of Mexico’s most important Mayan culture but also houses a selection of iconic pieces from the Maya region of Palenque, Chichen Itza, Comalcalco, and other representative places.
Its architectural design enhances the cultural beauty that reigns in this place, with glass walls that allow a breathtaking view of the jungle of San Miguelito and the Laguna de Nichupté, two places that you should also visit
The entrance to the Mayan Museum also includes visiting the archaeological area of San Miguelito, a site made up of four sets of structures that supported wooden and palm houses.
One of the most important ensembles of San Miguelito is a foundation that preserves the remains of a temple with stairs of pottery representative of pyroclastic times, according to history this area is related to the history of the archaeological zone of El Rey.