Old Customs House
Built in 1886, this fine old Spanish Colonial building once housed a bustling market and customs house. It was one of only 11 buildings...
At the center of town, this fort was built in 1849 by Caste War refugees for protection from attacks by hostile Maya. Remains of the...
This tiny local place is popular for tasty Mexican snacks and cheap daily lunch specials. Try the burritos with beans, chicken and...
Lonely Planet review
A colorful and graphic mural by Belizean-Mexican artist Manual Villamor Reyes enlivens the lobby of the town hall. The mural depicts episodes from Corozal history including the War of the Castes, with the talking cross and the fall of Bacalar; the flight of refugees into British Honduras; the founding of Corozal; and Hurricane Janet. Across from the town hall, the landmark clock tower dominates the park.