Students in 6th grade of elementary school and 1st grade of junior high school, as well as people with disabilities, will have free access.
On February 17th authorities of the Government of Los Cabos cut the ribbon for the inauguration of the Museum Historic Cultural Artisan Mexico that seeks to promote the culture, identity and history of Mexico in an interactive and innovative way.
As an added attraction, it was announced the presence of people dressed as different characters from the history of Mexico; there will also be a room of distinguished women and a space dedicated to Frida Kahlo.
It was reported that it will feature handicrafts, gastronomy and a video library; there will also be an exhibition of original and replica pieces, which have a QR code that from a mobile device shows information in Spanish and English.
People who wish to visit the museum can go to Revolución Street between Morelos and Leona Vicario at downtown in Cabo San Lucas; admission is $260 pesos per person.