History, culture, and tradition come together in Cancun, where its museums introduce visitors to objects of great archaeological value, local legends, and folk art.
At the heart of the hotel area lies Cancun’s Archaeological Museum, where tourists can observe more than one hundred archaeological artifacts discovered in excavations of pre-Hispanic sites in Quintana Roo.
If visiting this area and are interested in a cross section of culture in Mexico, visit the Museum of Mexican Folk Art located at the El Embarcadero complex. Here, visitors will find objects and artwork representative of folk art from all of the country's different regions, making a trip to the museum a journey through Mexican customs and traditions.
For those wishing to get a taste of local culture, visit the Cultural House of Cancun. Located in a contemporary building designed using basic Mayan architectural proportions, concerts, plays, poetry readings, art exhibitions, and local cultural displays are hosted here.