Museo Mesoamericano del Jade, San Cristobal de las Casas

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Museo Mesoamericano del Jade is located in San Cristobal de las Casas. Put Museo Mesoamericano del Jade on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our San Cristobal de las Casas holiday planner.
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  • Even if you don't want to pay for the museo, you can see reproductions in the gift shop. Cool stuff. Worth a gander  more »
  • Found me excellent introduction that we got before entering the showroom. The sales area is open access, they have beautiful jewelry, but also worth paying the $30 00MXN to enjoy the other three showrooms that have great cultural value. Also serves the ticket to visit the Museum of cacao that is just around the block. Parts that have are not real, a beautifully recreated copy, especially King Pakal's Tomb. A place that you can not miss to spend during your visit to the Royal City.
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  • The entrance to the exhibition of pieces of jade for sale is free, but I think find it worthwhile to pay the entrance fee and make the tour of the Museum, as Jade was part of the history and life of the Mayans. The more striking are them replicas of masks of jade which buried the main Mayan rulers at the end of the tour there is a replica of the tomb of Pakal, which you can only see here, since in Palenque is forbidden.
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  • A worthy representative of the Prehispanic culture. A place to learn the beauty of Jade and how important era for prehistoric peoples. A must-see in San Cristobal! Wonderful
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  • Place to meet
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  • It has an excellent representation of the tomb of Pakal not miss it.
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  • Good story!
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