Museo de Arte Contemporáneo
Catedral de San Ildefonso
On the site of a former Maya temple is Mérida’s hulking, severe cathedral, begun in 1561 and completed in 1598. Some of the stone from...
Casa de Montejo
Casa de Montejo is on the south side of the Plaza Grande and dates from 1549. It originally housed soldiers but was soon converted into...
One of the nicest plazas in Mexico, huge laurel trees shade the park’s benches and wide sidewalks. It was the religious and social...
Centro Cultural Olimpo
Offers something nearly every night: films, concerts, art installations, you name it.
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Museo de Arte Contemporáneo information
Housed in the former archbishop’s palace, the attractive Museo de Arte Contemporáneo holds permanent exhibitions of Yucatán’s most famous painters and sculptors, as well as revolving exhibitions by local craftspeople.