Museo de Antropologia e Historia de Baja California Sur, La Paz

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  • When we went, the museum was still under construction so they allowed us in for free. All signs are in Spanish, so be prepared to practice your Spanish or to just view the exhibits without benefit of ...  more »
  • Wow, what a great place to visit. The archeological museum in La Paz is undergoing a renovation and it is free to get in to see the exhibits. Just amazing. The pictures from their revolution days and ...  more »
  • Sorry to report that beyond a good travelling exhibit of photos from the 1910 revolution, not much is here to fill three stories. Extensive and interesting dioramas go unremarked upon. An intriguing h...  more »
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  • The entrance staff greeted us warmly in English as we entered the doors, absolutely worth the two dollars as the three floors of exhibits walked us through the history of Baja California. Just wish the lights weren't so dim it didn't feel like we were in a closet and that the display explanations were in English so that we knew what we were looking at.
  • Cute Museum, is worth the pena visit it. It would be great having guides or something because in the second floor nothing had signs and was only a room to see and interpret. The third floor if they had information to read. The Sundays are free. Week 40 pesos
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  • Little or even no description of exhibits and not really English descriptions. The exhibits are not really tingling.
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  • It is an excellent place to learn a little of the history of the peninsula and the State. I really liked the place.
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  • My name is Eduardo González.El yesterday Sunday, January 11, 2015 came to the Museum with my wife, we were among the first to arrive, it was our last day in La Paz as tourists, from the State of Mexico. We were two ladies, an era of low stature and short, dark hair and this woman told us that the cost of entry was $35 per person. Before paying I told him that we were teachers and responded: "It does not matter". I was going to say to the lady who had informed me that on Sundays the entrance was free but I did not want to do more reviews and paid him. Not we yield payment receipts. I was in doubt. Sunday is pay?
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