The museum is in a single-story building with around 750 square feet divided into two sections. One is in a covered space. It displays everyday vessels, pre-Hispanic incense burners, a variety of utensils, figurines of women, babies in cradles and pregnant women, ornamental objects and components of offerings such as necklaces, knives, green stone plaques and ear flares from the Epiclassic to the Late Preclassic (650-1000). The outdoor section displays pieces of anthropomorphic and zoomorphic carved stone and a few variants of these.
From Mexico City take Federal Highway 150 as far as the exit for San Rafael Tenanyecac (km 99), continue to San Miguel del Milagro and then towards the Cacaxtla Archeological Zone.
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