Because of its geographic position on a mountain and the unpredictable weather in Coatepec, Mexico, we recommend carrying a raincoat with you because you don't know when it will rain.
Visit black clay workshops in Sar Bartolo Coyotepec, Mexico, and talk with the craftsmen who can explain the elaboration process involved in this magnificent product.
Probably you have heard that in Mexico haggling is very common, however, we invite you to value the work required to create artworks like black clay and pay the right price for them. They’re worth it!
Visit the gastronomic center chosen as the fifth best food market in the world by National Geographic. Try the “Pilco” a traditional dish that is prepared with corn and other vegetables.
Remember that you can take a virtual visit to the museum from a computer with internet, to take a more detailed visit.
The schedule to the museum is from Tue-Sun from 10:00 to 18:00 h.
The schedule is from Tue-Sun from 9:00 to 17:00 h. Mondays the museum remains closed.
Remember that you can take a virtual visit to the museum to know each detail of it.
The entrance fee to the Museo Histórico Nacional de Chile is free.