For lovers of mystery and the paranormal. The Museum is unique of its kind in Mexico.
A stately mansion of rich oligarchs of Mérida, with original furniture.
The Fort San Felipe in Bacalar tells the story of the Pirates of the Caribbean. Swashbucklers with gold teeth and black eye patches come to mind.
Small but interactive museum in Playa, great for those who don’t get a change to see Frida’s house-museum in Mexico City.
The palace of a sugar baron, an icon of Cienfuego coastal city of Cuba.
The bell tower of the convent offers great panoramic views of Trinidad.
Housed in the elegant ex-Presidential Palace but the curatorship is poor (and pure) socialist propaganda.
I am standing under a large bronze statue of Che, thinking: a hero or a murderer?
One tequila, two tequilas, three tequilas, floor!
A must see! A great collection of every type of Mexican folk art in a stunning private house Casa de Los Venados, in Valladolid.
The Maya Underworld. Mummies. The culture of death.
This unassuming but informative museum tells the amazing history of the island.
Learn how to display gadgets from your holidays in a tasty manner from this private art collection of an eccentric American who loved Cuernavaca.
The Palace that Hernan Cortés built in 1526 has witnessed the entire history of Cuernavaca. For the fans of medieval castles.
An insight into the early formative years and creative stages of the famous Mexican muralist right at his birthplace.
The world's largest collection of ancient Mexican art from all the regions of Mesoamerica. You can spend a whole day here.
One of the cultural landmarks of Mexico City, this house is pretty unusual. What a shock it must have been in its time.
If you have not yet fallen in love with Frida Kahlo, you certainly will when you visit her Blue House in Mexico City.
The Montejo House has the most ornate colonial façade in Mexico. It tells a story of wars, greed, power and love.
The former Post Office turned into a museum, with a traditional display about the city’s history, including the Maya site of T’ho.
The colossal Olmec heads are not your everyday sculptures. They are a silent witness of the civilisation older than the Maya.
A jewel among the Maya museums in Mexico. Here you will find the famous sarcophagus of the King Pakal, 'the ancient astronaut'.
Combine a walk in this jungle garden and the fauna refuge with the Maya chocolate story, including a Maya rain ceremony.
Alebrije, catrina, nahahual. Find out what such Mexican art represents. An unusual display at this Art Museum.
Glorious colonial building, worth a visit in itself. Now housing the only Aztec treasures you can see in Yucatán.
This museum is state of the art. Inside and out.
A little gem, the Mayan Museum in Cancún makes their history feel intimate and personal. Thought-provoking!
A treat for jade lovers. Small and sweet, the museum is set in a colonial building in the historic heart of San Cristóbal.
Do you know how many ways there are to make chocolate? If not, this unassuming little Cacao Museum and Chocolate Shop in San Cristóbal may just fit the bill.