Mystika is an immersive (three-dimensional) museum designed to take visitors on a journey of connection with Mayan cosmology, Mexico's most impressive natural sanctuaries, and the spiritual power of horses: totems of healing, wisdom, and evolution, a unique experience that challenges your senses.
The museum is divided into four sections, Sanctuary: a tribute to nature that transports viewers to Mexico's most emblematic sanctuaries: the monarch butterfly sanctuary, the humpback whale sanctuary, and the firefly sanctuary.
In the Mayan area, through a sensory journey inside a 360-degree dome, tribute is paid to the cosmology of the Mayas; the imposing ruins of Tulum can be seen under a starry sky, a sensory experience in every sense of the word.
Ascension: This section is perfect for pyramid lovers, especially Chichen Itza, as they will have the opportunity to see this wonder of the world under a night sky full of stars. The fourth room, Spirit: This session pays tribute to different animals, majestically showing them.
The museum is located in Tulum, at Calle Yalku, manzana 10, lote 3. Fracción 5, local 25, with admission from Sunday to Tuesday from 10 am to 7 pm, Wednesday to Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm, with a duration of the experience of 60 to 80 minutes; all ages are welcome and admission is free for children under 5 years old.