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I find the place quite nice and having some good collections of the history. I enjoyed the interactive mayan number system understanding and date system understanding. the ivory section is really amazing. It is all in Spanish - so my learning got limited. PS - it is free entry on Sunday
I really like this museum. I went with my 2 children and we learned a lot about Mexican history. The only downside were the guards. They made us feel VERY uncomfortable, I understand it is they job to look after the museum but they are just behind you following you at all times and telling me that kids couldn't touch... 更多
Loved lovesd loved a museum so well done and so interesting not only for its Arquitecture and its spaces but for its contents!!! Simply submerge in it!
Our eldest son graduated from Tec as an Industrial Engineer and received a masters in finance. Our youngest just enrolled as a freshman. This is a wonderful university, relatively inexpensive by U.S. standards, and graduates are in demand anywhere.
You cannot leave Monterrey without visiting "El Museo de Historia Mexicana". It is composed of several exhibitions from ancient Mexico to Modern era, it is a open space musem, very cozy and entretaining. You can always, visit the museum and then take a walk along the "Rio Santa Lucia" until you get to "Parque Fundidoira"...nice 3 Km walk.
This is a great museum! They have lots of information about the Mayas, which was the part I liked best. The development of the Mexican history/of Mexico itself was also described in a good way. The staff was friendly as well and the entrance is free on Tuesdays.
Small museum for a country so full of history, but well displayed information on the various ages of Mexico, from the Mayans (though not the Olmecs) to current day politics. Worth a visit on a rainy day
After the Museo Nacional de Antropología in Mexico City this one is the best of its kind, its easy to follow the timeline and doesnt concentrate on one culture in particular. Some might disagree since it lacks "highlights" from every culture, but the capital took most of the big important things, hehehe, I like it.