Museo de Antropología e Historia
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. The museum consists of twenty-six themed rooms, among which agriculture, animals at risk of extinction and an underwater platform and the pre-Columbian hall. The museum was conceived by the Center for Pre-Columbian and Historical Studies of Honduras, a non-profit civil society, which, with the help of numerous people, institutions and companies, managed to organize and bring it to life. The Museum of Anthropology and History is associated with the national network of museums in Honduras.