What to See
Located in northwestern corner of the country, San Pedro Sula is Honduras’ second-largest city and its industrial capital. Gran Hotel Sula is perched right within the city’s vibrant downtown district, steps from Parque Central (Central Park) and within walking distance of San Pedro Apóstol Cathedral. There are countless things to do, see and explore in the area – from touring the Pre-Columbian artifacts at the Museum of Anthropology & History to browsing the wares at an artisan market or dancing in one of the city’s many vibrant nightclubs. Should you wish to explore beyond San Pedro, day trips can easily be arranged through the hotel.
The metropolitan cathedral is located in front of the General Central Park Luis Alonso Barahona of the city of San Pedro Sula, Third Avenue Barrio El Centro, its building is in Latin cross, with vaults that support a central dome, which is surrounded with the paintings of The apostles.
The museum was inaugurated on January 20, 1994 and opened its doors to the public on April 25 of the same year, in the city of San Pedro Sula, in the department of Cortés.1 The regional, private and active museum that tries to give an idea of the cultural development achieved by the different groups that have lived in the Sula Valley over time.