Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
With an incredible view of the sheltered harbor and the bay of Santa Lucia, you will find the most important maritime fortress of the Pacific - San Diego Fort - Historical Museum of Acapulco.
Learn about the culture of the former local settlers and the series of events in the port, such as the conquest of the South Seas, trade with the East, the NAO of CHINA, piracy in the Pacific and other relevant facts of the history of the region, like Jose Maria Morelos and Pavon’s great feat.
Find permanent exhibitions and temporary exchanges with other institutions such as the Viceroyalty Museum; or private collections that make up a remarkable heritage that draws you close to both, the interesting culture of the region and the distant cultures that were united by a commercial route for more than two centuries, the Mezcala culture, influenced by Mayan and Olmecan cultures, its ceremonial centers and famous masks.
Open Tuesday through Sunday, from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm.
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