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The Museum of Belize is an art and history museum. Located in Belize City, this museum was built between the years of 1854 and 1857 while Belize was still under Britain's rule, and ... moreinitially served as a prison. It was later transformed to The Museum of Belize in 2002. The museum is divided into three sections: History, Exhibits and Activities. The museum of Belize strives to provide inclusive history and learning experiences of Belize's history and Culture.

To learn more about the museum, watch our video above, or read our blog.

Opening Hours:
9am to 4:30pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
(Closed on Mondays and National Holidays)
An exhilarating 1.5-hour nature hike to this impressive cave with a guide offers amazing views of the rainforest and Maya farming practices. The return trip can be made on a canoe.
Tikal is an ancient Mayan citadel in the rainforests of northern Guatemala. Possibly dating to the 1st century A.D., Tikal flourished between 200 and 850 A.D. and was later abandoned. ... moreIts iconic ruins of temples and palaces include the giant, ceremonial Lost World (Mundo Perdido) Pyramid and the Temple of the Grand Jaguar. At 70 meters, Temple IV is the tallest pre-Columbian structure in the Americas.
The Tres Cocos Channel is located inside of the barrier reef. The area is only 4-8ft deep, but there is a variety of marine life to explore. You will see numerous species of fish, ... moreas well as Elkhorn Corals and large Brain Corals in the area.
Turneffe Atoll is one of three atolls of the Belize Barrier Reef, besides Glover's Reef and Lighthouse Reef. It is a chain of small Caribbean cayes southeast from the island of Caye ... moreCaulker and Ambergris Caye and twenty miles off the coast of Belize City. This is the largest true atoll in Belize and the Mesoamerican Reef System at thirty miles long and ten miles wide. The Turneffe Atoll was declared a national marine reserve on 22 November 2012 by the government of Belize. The atoll is home to many marine species that are threatened and/or commercially important. The land and seascape consists of a network of highly productive flats, creeks, and lagoons dotted by more than a hundred and fifty mangrove islands and higher cayes with savanna and littoral forest.
Uxbenka archaeological site is an early classic ceremonial site. It's name is translated as "ancient place." The size of Uxbenka is considerably small; however, there is much history ... moreto be uncovered in the area. Perched on a ridge on the top of the Maya Mountains, you can enjoy the panoramic view of the foothills and the valleys below. Uxbenka is known to be an ancient Maya ceremonial site with one ain plaza at the top of the hill and other smaller plazas built on terraces on the side of the hill.
Summiting Victoria Peak is the height of adventure in Belize. Rising abruptly from the lowlands, the jagged Cockscomb Mountains are an impressive mass of rock that is visible from ... morethe coast. Victoria Peak is the highest mountain in the range at a height of 3,675 feet and the second highest elevation in Belize.

Victoria Peak Natural Monument has beautiful and unique flora. As you ascend above tropical moist forest, the vegetation changes to elfin shrubland, characterized by sphagnum moss and a canopy of trees is no more than two to three meters high. At this height, the East Basin of Cockscomb looks like a green carpet of forest stretching as far as the eye can see. Whatever trees are in bloom are easily seen. And just before the summit you will encounter a humid and rich forest environment sheltered by Victoria Peak. The fiery-colored orchid (Epidendrum ibaguense) is another botanical wonder of Victoria Peak. This rarity in Belize only grows at high elevations.

On May 2, 1998, Victoria Peak was declared to be a Natural Monument. Prior to this declaration, Victoria Peak was part of the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. At the launching of the 30th Anniversary Celebration on February 6, 1999, an agreement between the Belize Audubon Society and the Government of Belize was signed, adding Victoria Peak and Blue Hole Natural Monuments to the list of protected areas managed by the Belize Audubon Society.

- Belize Audubon Society. (Pictures courtesy of BAS)
Xunantunich, roughly translated as "Maiden of the Rock" or "Stone Woman" from the Yucatec Maya language, is an astonishing temple constructed by the ancient Mayas. It was an important ... moreceremonial centre built around AD 600 near the end of the Maya Late Classic Period. Located in western Belize on the George Price Highway, eager visitors must first travel on a ferry across the river to view the amazing structure.