Discover the best of Playa del Carmen! Gaze at one of the most beautiful spots in the Caribbean. Enjoy the cultural and iconic attractions of interest. Playa del Carmen is full of joy, peace, and fun. It has so many great locations, each with its own fascinating tale. You will see the most essential sights: the world-famous Quinta Avenida, City Hall, 3D Museum of Wonders, Parque Fundadores, and Playacar. Discover the local and authentic side of the famous Island, located at the most privileged point in the Caribbean.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • 3D Museum of Wonders Admission Fees
  • Gastón Charó Gallery Admission Fees

Route & Duration

2 hours
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    3D Museum of Wonders

    It is a one-of-a-kind interactive entertainment fun experience, a one-of-a-kind world-class event, and a universal draw for people of all ages and sectors. The artwork at this museum is built using 3-dimensional illusions that make you doubt everything you see. The astonishing art visual illusions lead the audience to assume that the 2-dimensional art they are witnessing has three dimensions, allowing them to integrate in unbelievable ways with the art.

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    Gastón Charó Gallery

    The Art Gallery at Playa del Carmen's La Quinta Avenida was formed in 2000 by famous artist Gastón Charó and currently sponsors over 40 artists. It began as Charó's workshop and evolved into a venue for displaying art in all of its forms: sculptures, paintings, engravings, photography, jewelry, and much more. The exhibition focuses on Charó's art, which displays a unique blend of cubism, surrealism, and expressionism. Gastón Charó Gallery embodies the notion of art as a global language that transcends national boundaries to unite people in the expression of self through art. The Art Gallery also shows various national and international artists that provide a wide range of styles and approaches to meet the needs of everyone.

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    Parque Los Fundadores

    Founders Park, also known as Founding Fathers Park, is a city center public park. The Portal Maya Statue, a beautiful sculpture representing two individuals coming up to contact one other, can be seen in the park. There are sellers on the street offering souvenirs, food, and refreshments. Public performances by dancers are also staged in the park on occasion. There is always a wonderful mood in the neighborhood, no matter what hour you arrive.

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    Playa del Carmen Archeological Site

    Playa del Carmen's archaeological zone takes its name from the contemporary city of the same name. It was a little fishing community named Xamanhá, which meaning "Northern Water" in pre-Hispanic times. Playa del Carmen, also known as Xamanhá, was one of the first places visited by Spanish invaders in the early 16th century. It had an advantageous location in front of the island of Cozumel and was maybe one of its shipping ports. All of the archaeological structures at Playa del Carmen are from the late Postclassic era (1200 - 1550 AD), and the majority of them are temples for religious purposes, masonry homes, and platforms for houses built of perishable materials. The best-preserved structures are found in groups B, C, and D, with Structure C-1 being the biggest and preserving remains of mural painting that indicate one of the region's most recent calendrical dates. Maya. A U-shaped wall surrounds the group of primary structures in Group C.

Meeting Point

Av. Benito Juárez, Centro, 77710 Playa del Carmen, Q.R., Mexico, next to Mayan Arc See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.