The current site museum consists of a single floor divided into two rooms. The first exhibits sculptures made of stone and a paste of lime and sand, along with models of the Palace of the Columns and the entire archeological zone. The second presents a journey through daily life and religion, domestic utensils, human burials, bas-reliefs and mural painting in which the ancient inhabitants expressed their ideas. Visitors can also see reconstructions of the ceremonial center, the main palace and the houses of the town, and learn about one of the rituals that has made El Tajin famous: the ball game.
With a visit to the museum, visitors will gain an understanding of the general context of the history of El Tajín thanks to the introductory texts, and gain insight into religious thought, daily life, social classes and the principal ceremonies.
Via federal highway 130, Mexico-Tuxpan.
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