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We were at the Museo Maya de Cancun which had two piece from the Museo de Arte Popular Mexicano on their grounds. We found the Museo be Arte Popular Mexicano web site and tried to find the Museum using their map and our phone's GPS....More
Based on the review here, I headed to the place as indicated on the map, only to find that the museum is not located in this place. People in the area had never heard of it.
How can there be so many reviews of a...More
I visited because I love to see Mexican "Day of the Dead" figurines. I have also fallen in love with some of the eclectic art produced in the Cancun area including Playa De Carmen. This Museum will not disappoint. It is well worth a visit.
The Mexican Riviera adventure was a wonderful 8-day cruise in The Pacific from Los Angeles, California. NCL took us to this world-famous Mexican playground of Acapulco, renowned for its lovely beaches, legendary cliff divers and wild and energetic nightlife. We spent a day basking the...More
With all the museums in DF, you may be on museum overload by the time you get here, but if you are interested in Mexican folk art, this needs to be on your itinerary. There are four floors to explore - the building has an...More
The Museo is a small museum at km 4 on Boulevard Kulkulcan in Cancun (near the giant Mexican flag). It is well worth a visit. This is a collection of popular art. There are collections of musical instruments, containers made from gourds, kitchen utensils, masks,...More