Museo Nacional de Antropología Dr. David J. Guzman, San Salvador

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Learn about the history of El Salvador through a range of archeological, ethnographic, and historical objects at Museo Nacional de Antropología Dr. David J. Guzman. The museum opened in 1999 in its current form, and contains five permanent galleries. It covers different periods in El Salvador's history from the pre-Hispanic era to the modern day. Learn about the effects of emigration and immigration, different prominent agricultural products throughout time, El Salvadoran craftsmanship, and the country's history and religion. Step inside to find interesting items such as the Eccentric Flint, which dates back to the Classic Period. Our San Salvador trip planner makes visiting Museo Nacional de Antropología Dr. David J. Guzman and other San Salvador attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Pre-Columbian artifacts, Mayan, on display. So are Colonial period exhibits. Not extensive but interesting and informative. I've been to some Mayan sites, but I have others I want to visit, including....  more »
  • Discovered this museum and it was a nice treat to see the history of the region. The museum is laid out nicely with descriptions in Spanish and sometimes English with a small outdoor area. They have.....  more »
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  • Really nice auditorium, nice surround sound and the ambiance was also fresh and cool. I really like the seats that have arm support to write and take notes. The bathrooms are not that clean though. Must work on that but overall, it's a nice place to go to a hearing or presentation.
  • This is the National museum of El Salvador. Excellent place to find out about their roots, culture, traditions and history. Very nice, clean, and secure place to spend a quality time with your family. The entrance is only one dollar per person, parking included. Also, there's a nice coffee place and a souvenir shop waiting for you at the end.

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