You must be careful in this area but a must see. Great little shop and be prepared to leave your belongings in a locker near the entrance. No photos no bags no cell phones. Cute little snack area of you don't feel like doing the walk. Pictures are of the street the museum is on.
Nice place to visit in old downtown Tegucigalpa, they always have interesting exhibits but the virtual trip to Copan Ruins is the best, will give you a hint of the place and will make you go there. You should be careful of the surrounding, take a cab from the Hotel and tell them to drop you in the museum door,... 更多
Many people would say there is nothing to see on Tegucigalpa's downtown, however, I don't share that point of view. "El Centro" (downtown in spanish) has its own magical atmosphere, where you will be able to experience the real-normal living of a Honduran. Don't miss visiting the Museo para la Identidad Nacional (MIN), follow them in social media to see... 更多
Very nice to visit alone or with friends. Lots of stuff, very very capable personnel guiding through the museum. While place us very well taken care of and is nice, clean and modern. Loved the visit, would come back anytime! Has a virtual tour which takes you to Copan Ruinas. Absolutely amazing...
The Museum for National Identity of Honduras is housed in a beautifully renovated colonial building on a walking street in the historical centre of Tegucigalpa. The entry fee includes a guided tour (not sure if available in English). The permanent display of Honduran history (from pre-historic times to the present) is well designed and documented, however, long texts are not... 更多
The museum was quite interesting since it gives a history of Honduras. The only issue is that all the signs and explanations are in Spanish. However, if you can at least read Spanish or some, it should not be a total hindrance to understanding what is said.
Museo para la Identidad Nacional (MIN) Located in a beautiful former national hospital, the Museum is a comfortable stroll on a pedestrians-only walkway from the Central Park. My conference ended on Saturday, and I spent an extra day exploring downtown Tegucigalpa. All captions in the exhibits are in Spanish, and I recommend them if you can work your way in... 更多
Lovely museum in the center of Tegucigalpa. They had some great local art on display (lots of which was also for sale)! Upstairs is an exhibit with lots of information about the history of the Honduras.