Mérida, Southern Cultural and Culinary Capital City

No. 239 Explore Dzibilchaltún Archeological Site

Recommended experience for kids:

Yes

Recommended experience to wear pets:

No

It is an inclusive experience:

Places close to the experience where the night can spend:

Mérida

Days open to the public:

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Schedules in which you can enjoy the experience:

08:00 - 17:00

Contact number to make reservations:

URLS of the sites where reservations can be made:

Important experience activities:

  • Visit to the museum
  • Tour around the archeological site
  • Visit to the cenote

Approximate price:

$ MXN

Months in which you can enjoy the experience:

All year long

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Visit and tour around the impressive Dzibilchaltún archeological site, one of the biggest settlements near the city. Its name in Mayan language means “the place where there is writing in stones”, thus, you could see numerous headstones or “steles” which are a reference to the name of the place. You will visit the main structures like the Temple of the Seven Dolls, and will see artworks inside the buildings, among which stonework outstands. This archeological site also has a museum called Museo del Pueblo Maya and a beautiful and crystalline cenote called Xlacah, from which several vestiges have been taken out.

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Distance from Mérida to experience:

approximately

Duration of experience:

2 hours approximately

Suggested for:

Families, friends and couples

Distance from Mérida to experience No. 239 Explore Dzibilchaltún Archeological Site

365 days

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