Oaxaca is one of the most child friendly places you will ever visit. Kids are welcome most everywhere — it’s part of the culture — and there is much for them to see and do, including El Quinto Sol, an archaeological museum for children.
I’ve been meaning to write about this colorful, yet hidden, gem since a friend and I discovered it in 2008 on an early Sunday morning ramble. It was closed for remodeling, but we managed to peek in and vowed to return.
Of course, we didn’t write down the address or name, all I remembered was that it was somewhere south of the zócalo. It took several expeditions once I moved to Oaxaca, before I found El Quinto Sol again.
According to the museum’s brochure, this delightful and educational museum was the brainchild of Oaxaqueño, Manuel Ramirez Salvador and first opened March 19, 2000 in order…
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