Palacio del Gobernador (Governor's Palace), Merida

(4.6/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
Observe the history of Merida and the struggle of the Yucatan at Palacio del Gobernador (Governor's Palace). The palace's most defining features are the murals on the top floor attempting to portray the traumatic history of the Yucatan. Descriptions are available in English, as well as guided tours. Besides the murals, you can enjoy the open-air courtyard and the view of the grand plaza from the terrace. Add Palacio del Gobernador (Governor's Palace) and other attractions to your Merida trip itinerary using our Merida tourist route planner.
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  • There are massive murals inside, on both floors of the sun-filled interior courtyard with arched passageways all around. And be sure not to miss the dozen or so murals depicting Yucatan history in the...  more »
  • Take a look anyway since you will probably be there anyway. Nothing really extraordinary about the place but it's on the "route" everyone visits. It is authentic and original and you can see how the t...  more »
  • très belle construction. Visite de l'étage, avec des tableaux d'un peintre méxicain . Pour accéder au 1er étage, il n'y a qu'un escalier.