Fodor's Expert Review Corozal House of Culture

Corozal Town Museum/Gallery

The architecturally elegant old Corozal Cultural Center, for many years the main Corozal market, was completely renovated and reopened in 2012 as the Corozal House of Culture. Located in one of the oldest buildings in northern Belize (other than ancient Mayan structures), the House of Culture was built in 1886. It's operated by the National Institute of History and Culture (NICH) as an art gallery and museum devoted to the history of Corozal Town and northern Belize. NICH operates other museums including ones in Belize City, Orange Walk Town, San Pedro, San Ignacio, and Benque Viejo, along with many Maya archaeological sites.

Museum/Gallery Building/Architectural Site Historic District/Site Historical Free

Quick Facts

1st Ave.
Corozal Town, Corozal  Belize


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free, Closed weekends

What’s Nearby

Find a Hotel

Around the Web