early twentieth century home into a cultural center in 1987, which also now functions as a small museum.

The center is well used by locals for regular cultural events. Although the museum may not be a "must" visit
for tourists, it will excite pre-hispanic archaeology buffs with a few unique artifacts.

It is located down from the central plaza to the central market, then 2 blocks to the left (inland).
Calle Hernández y Hernández corner 5 de Mayo
Tels. (294) 942 83 81