Opened in December 2012, this modern, new museum in the Zona Hotelera sits in the middle of a small, lush jungle of excavated local ruins. Air-conditioned second-floor exhibits, accessible by elevator, showcase Mayan artifacts such as pottery, jewelry, and stone-carved scripts from various eras of civilization. While there is much to see, signage is mostly in Spanish. On a sunny day, be sure to wander the grounds adjacent to the museum. The admission fee ($5) is taken
in Mexican pesos, so be sure to have proper currency for entry.
Blvd. Kukulcán, Km 16.5, Cancún, Quintana Roo, 77500, Mexico