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Discover Mexico Park Cozumel
Discover Mexico Park Cozumel

Discover Mexico Park Cozumel

Carretera Costera sur km. 5,5, Zona Hotelera Sur, Cozumel

The Basics

Stroll through the park, listen to traditional Mexican music, and peruse cultural highlights of Mexico’s past and present. An admission ticket grants you entry to the park, while more in-depth experiences can be added on. For example, you can learn about Mexico’s chocolate-making traditions at a hands-on cacao workshop or sample local spirits during a Jose Cuervo tequila tasting. Some combination tours also visit other nearby attractions, such as Chankanaab National Park.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Discover Mexico Park Cozumel is a must-see attraction for history buffs and culture lovers.

  • The park takes roughly two hours to explore.

  • On-site visitor facilities include a gift shop and snack bar.

  • A large portion of the park is located outside; remember to bring sun protection, water, and comfortable shoes.

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How to Get There

Located in Cozumel, Discover Mexico Park Cozumel lies about seven minutes by road from the island’s downtown area. There is no public transportation on the island, but you can get there via taxi, rental car, scooter, or as part of a guided tour.

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When to Get There

The park is busiest from December through April, when the weather tends to be sunny and warm. There are fewer crowds during hurricane season (May through October), but be sure to check the weather for storms.

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Highlights of Discover Mexico Park Cozumel

Don’t miss the Museum of Popular Arts, which houses local crafts. Take photos in front of the park’s many miniature structures, which all depict popular examples of Mexican architecture. You can also watch a video about the country’s culture and history, create alebrijes (Mexican handcrafts from Oaxaca), or peruse the souvenir store. If you have time, watch a ritual performance by the Papantla Flyers.

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