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

Categories: Natural History Museums, History Museums, Museums
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1.5/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
Museo de Antropologia e Historia de Baja California Sur is located in La Paz. To visit Museo de Antropologia e Historia de Baja California Sur on your trip to La Paz, use our La Paz trip itinerary builder.
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  • It´s a n Mice small useum but has al ot of local information about ancesters, culture and traditions from first people in Baja California peninsula. 
  • A building with some things in exposure, people watching and following the tour, as if we were to steal a stone of that exhibit. Horrible experience
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  • But the little I've seen worth with its temporary exhibition of children's drawings, its stones and especially the great teaching of goalkeeper
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  • 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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  • Hello, first of all I would like to offer an apology on behalf of the Regional Museum to you and your family and thank your visit to this cultural precinct, told him that indeed the entrance to this museum is free for national residents on Sunday and are free of payment with credential teachers any day of the week, is why we are taking the case presenting us and make the relevant clarifications with staff end of week, I appreciate your interest and understanding in this situation. Carefully Lic. Zuleth Vargas Cosio Area of Cultural communication of the Regional Museum of anthropology and history of Baja California Sur
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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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