We visited the Cancun, Museum of Popular Art-Mexicano this past Saturday afternoon. It is located on the second floor of the building where the Capt. Hook Pirate Ships are docked. Thanks to RiverGirl for her report about this museum that resulted in us going for a visit. http://www.hiddencancun.com/rivergirl/ The cost is $5 USD or 55 pesos. They give you a cassette tape player so you have a english language audio tour to guide you through thru the various exhibits. The entrance: Painted counter: Suz signing the guest book: Drum: Bird in flight: Example of bead work: 10 string guitar made from a Armadillo: Mask collection explanation: Mask Collection: Mask closeups: Heart sculpture made from empty juice boxes: Hand carved ladle's w/ swan handles: Typical landmark style home and family w/women using a waist loom: Small town market display: Decorated gourds: Lacquered Gourd: Typical supply store diorama: Typical Mexican Family Table Setting: Porous stone sink used to filter out impurities in water supply: Wall niche with display of hand carved honey dippers: Story Tree: Mermaid supper of banana's and watermelons: Toy Collection: Mannequins praying at chapel: Make sure to stop by and visit this small but excellent museum, the pictures above are only a small representation of all they have to see.