MYSTIKA, TULUM’S INNOVATIVE NEW MUSEUM
2021 has been a difficult year worldwide, but interesting things have nevertheless continued to take place in Tulum.
An innovative, immersive museum that pays tribute to Mexico’s majestic nature, Mayan cosmology and also to the spiritual power of horses –considered symbols of healing, wisdom and evolution —recently opened in Tulum.
Pepe Soho, the founder of the museum, is well known for his photographic work and was awarded the gold medal for his photo “Believe” in the world photography competition held in Yokohama in 2017, in which 26 countries from four continents took part. Soto views photography as a spiritual experience that requires great patience; it is a combination of weather conditions and time, the result of which is the unique, unrepeatable capture of a moment.
Pepe Soho’s lens offers a multi-sensorial experience by highlighting the natural wonders of our planet.
OPENING HOURS, LOCATION AND TICKET PRICES
The tour of the museum lasts between one and two hours. Tulum’s Mystika museum is open every day. Its opening hours are as follows:
- Sunday to Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Thursday to Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Entrance tickets for local residents and national visitors are $300 pesos* per person.
*Please show a valid official ID at the ticket office.
Foreign visitors: $380 pesos per person.
- Children: $190 pesos.
- Entrance is free for children under six years of age.
Calle Yalku, Manzana 10, Lote 3. Fracción 5, local 25, Colonia Tulum Centro, 77760 Tulum, Q.R.
Google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/RUiBNAZtjb72wqLm6
Email: email@example.com. For group visits: firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchase your tickets online to avoid queues: https://boletos.mystikamuseum.com/checkout-mystika1620753335982?utm_campaign=website
The museum has a car park and is close to the archaeological site of Tulum. Mystika is an innovative, immersive museum unlike any other in Tulum and designed for the viewer to enter Pepe Soho’s magical world and experience art in all its depth. If you’re visiting Tulum and enjoy new experiences, Mystika is well worth it; feel free to comment on your visit!