Casa K’ojom

Casa K’ojom is a museum located in Antigua, Guatemala that showcases traditional Mayan music and musical instruments. The museum was founded in 1990 by the Guatemalan musician and ethnomusicologist, Roberto Guzmán.

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Casa K'ojom museum
Entrance Fee:
Nationals: Q15 for a self-guided tour and Q30 for a guided tour Foreigners: $6 for a self-guided tour and $12 for a guided tour
Opening Hours:
Tues-Wed 9:30am – 4:30pm / Thurs 8:30am – 4:30pm / Fri 10am- 4:30pm
Sat 10am – 2pm & Sun 10am – 4:30pm
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Casa K’ojom museum boasts 800+ musical instruments from Guatemala and Latin America, detailing types, history, and Mayan cultural importance. Visitors experience traditional Mayan music and dance through workshops and performances. The museum’s mission is to safeguard Mayan musical heritage, educating about its cultural significance. A gift shop offers Mayan musical instruments, CDs, and souvenirs.


Please note that many of the entrance fees for landmarks, parks, and museums are subsidized by the government for Guatemalan citizens. You may notice a price difference for foreigners.