Corozal House of Culture

Top choice in Northern Belize

Built in 1886, this fine old Spanish Colonial building once housed a bustling market beside the old customs house. It was one of only 11 buildings spared by Hurricane Janet in 1955. Today the historic building houses a cultural center and museum with exhibits of local artifacts. It's also a de facto tourist office; pick up a copy of the Corozal Town Historical Walk leaflet for a short self-guided stroll.

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