Natural History Museum or Museo de Historia Natural
Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
The Natural History Museum of Cabo San Lucas was founded on October 9, 2006. Located within the very popular Amelia Wilkes Plaza in downtown Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur. At first such facilities were the First Article 123 United Nations, the first primary school in Cabo San Lucas.
It has scientific collections of paleobotany, geology, paleo-biology and paleo-anthropology, with remains of marine mammals, birds and reptiles. In the seven rooms of study is the one of history, in which you can observe instruments of the sailors and the history of Cabo San Lucas. The room of the archeology area where the remains of the bones of a woman pericú, edue or cora, are exposed an ethnic group that inhabited the southern part of the peninsula of Baja California Sur.
The part of the biodiversity shows a very complete representation of the seabed, information about the migration of dolphins and whales as well as the preservation of the sea turtle. Another of the rooms that this museum has are those of astronomy, geology, paleontology and a temporary exhibition hall.The Natural History Museum of Cabo San Lucas is located in Plaza Amelia Wilkes Cesena, two blocks from Lazaro Cardenas across the street from the Saint Luke the Evangelist Catholic Church (Iglesia San Lucas Evangelista).
The Natural History Museum sustained some damage during Hurricane Odile in 2014, but stayed open for visitors. The sign over the entrance and other repairs still need to be completed.
Museo de Historia Natural de Cabo San Lucas
Open: Tuesday to Friday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Lazaro Cardenas 10 | Plaza Amelia Wilkes, Cabo San Lucas 23450, México
Phone: +(52) (624) 105-0661 • Fax: (624) 105-0815
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