- Visit the Popol Vuh, Ixchel, Miraflores, and Railway museums in Guatemala City on a private tour
- Admire the artifacts of some of Guatemala's earliest cultures at the Popol Vuh Museum
- Discover the country's rich web traditions at the Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Textiles and Clothing
- Discover the ingenious Maya technology in the Miraflores Museum
- Learn more about Guatemala's railway industry at the Railway Museum
- A private guide ensures personal service and attention
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Stop here: Museo Ixchel del Traje Indigena, Calle Final 6 Francisco Marroquin University, Guatemala City 01010 Guatemala
The Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Clothing is a non-profit organization that collects, registers, catalogs, preserves, examines, exhibits and distributes Guatemalan clothing. The museum, founded in 1973, has a well-documented textile inventory that consists almost entirely of textile donations from Guatemalan collectors.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop here: Museo Popol Vuh, Calle Manuel F. Ayau Zona 10, Guatemala City 01010 Guatemala
The Popol Vuh Museum was founded in 1977 by Jorge and Ella Castillo from their private collection of archaeological and colonial objects. The Castillo collection has been considered one of the best in Guatemala since the 1960s, and several objects from it have taken part in international exhibitions on pre-Hispanic art in Guatemala. In 1978, the Castillo company donated its collection to the Francisco Marroquín University to build the museum, located on Reforma Avenue and Calle 16, Zone 10, Guatemala City. Three years later, he moved to the Galerias Reforma building, Zone 9 of the same city, where he stayed for 16 years. During this time, the collection grew through several private donations as the first efforts were made to catalog, restore, and preserve materials.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop here: Museo Miraflores, Calle 21-55, Zona 11 Paseo Miraflores 7a, Guatemala City 01011 Guatemala
The Miraflores Museum is located exactly where the ancient Mayan city of Kaminaljuyú was located in the Guatemala department. It has a permanent collection of archaeological pieces, a beautiful botanical garden and a replica of a pre-Columbian tomb. This museum was opened to the public in 2002. It represents the connection between the past and the present, since the reality of the first settlers in the region of the city of Guatemala is shown.
Duration: 1 hour
stop here: Guatemala City Historical District, Guatemala City, Guatemala
As a result of the destruction of the city of Santiago de los Caballeros in Guatemala by the earthquakes in Santa Marta, a new city had to be built in the so-called Hermitage Valley. As a result, the first parts of the city emerged, which over time became the center of political activities. The buildings are characteristic of the architectural styles of Art Deco, Baroque, Neoclassical, Eclectic and Art Nouveau.
Duration: 30 minutes
4 - 5 hours
- Driver / guide
- Collection and return from the hotel
- Professional leader
- You will receive confirmation at the time of booking.
- At least 2 people are required per booking
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
- The dress code is formal
- The dress code is chic and casual
- Due to the nature of this tour and the safety of all guests, the tour operator reserves the right to refuse service to passengers who are drunk or who show signs of poisoning. If your tour is canceled for this reason, you are not entitled to a refund.
- The transfer time is approximate, the exact duration depends on the time of day and traffic conditions
- Not barrier-free
- Accessible with strollers
- Infant seats available
- Suitable for most people
- This is a private tour / activity. Only your group will participate.
Cancel at least 24 hours before the date of your activity for a full refund.
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