Finally, after 7 months of being closed, the Cabo San Lucas Natural History Museum is open to the public again. It is a small museum – we are a small town – but its Director, Professor Roberto Cuetara, has put a lot of effort into making it an attractive, educational building. It is located in the Amelia Wilkes park in Cabo San Lucas’ downtown, on Hidalgo street, just 3 blocks up from the Tesoro hotel. It’s worth visiting, entrance is almost free – donations are appreciated – and is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Here’s a virtual tour created by local photographer Karina Urquizo, if you’re too lazy to walk: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=e4RUHjB2iZu&utm_source=1