After being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Cabo San Lucas Natural History Museum has reopened its doors since March. The museum is located in the public square Amelia Wilkes Ceseña of Cabo San Lucas, which opens its doors from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., from Tuesday to Sunday. That is, it is closed only on Mondays.
Admission for foreigners is two dollars, and for nationals and locals-only 20.00 pesos, except for children, senior citizens, the disabled, students, and teachers with credentials, who do not pay. The tour of the museum is an essential step to learn more about the history of the state, because being the port of Cabo San Lucas a multicultural place, it is common to find people who do not know its history. This situation is intended to change and to have cultural roots.
Within the tour, you can find a synthesis of the study of the cosmos that is a very particular phenomenon of the area of Los Cabos, a room dedicated to geology or physical environment, fossilization room, the archeology room, and the history room where the conformation of Cabo San Lucas is narrated. The recommendations to attend are the obligatory use of masks, antibacterial gel, and a healthy distance.