Dos Ojos Cenote in the district of Tulum will have a new attraction for visitors this month, the Museum of Prehistory. The Museum will have exhibits of fossils of creatures from the Ice Age found during dives in the cenotes and underground rivers in the Tulum area and replicas of some of the most famous finds such as the Woman of Las Palmas, a skeleton of a woman who died more than 10,000 years ago and was one of the earliest inhabitants of the Yucatan Peninsula. There is also a history of three decades of dive and archaeological explorations in the area.

Admission: $50 pesos per person