The Contact of Peninsular Groups

Upon the arrival of Jesuit missionaries, the peninsula of Baja California was inhabited by groups of semi-nomadic hunter-gatherers spread across the territory. Through stone tools and rupestrian art is explained the way of life of these indigenous groups. Another subject addressed by the room is the European contact through the cartography of the 16th and 17th centuries, which give account of the military contingent and 18th century sacred art, which give account of the process of early discovery of the peninsula, the first attempts to populate it, and its permanent occupation.


April 01 2017 to December 30 2022
From Tuesday to Sunday , 09:00 - 18:00 hrs.
$50.00MX general admission, Free admission students, teachers, INAPAM, and on Sunday for the public in general.

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Museum of Jesuit Missions   Ver más información del recinto

Salvatierra 16, Esquina con Misioneros Col. Centro, C.P. 23880, Loreto, Baja California Sur   Cómo llegar

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