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Canonero Guanajuato

Boulevard Ovieda | Plaza Banderas, Veracruz 92829, Mexico
+52 229 224 6722
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Rather uninteresting :(

There are a few rooms to visit, and the guide spoke fast and was difficult to understand. Mostly... read more

Reviewed 2 February 2016
Nashville, Tennessee
via mobile
Love it delicious food

This place is great. It seat in a beautiful marina and their food is wonderful. I really like it... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2016
Costa Mesa, California
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It´s the firs Interactive Naval Museum en Latin American. You´re going to know about naval history and see all the ship, aroun 16 diferent areas. It´s great. And is in Veracruz, I mean, Boca del Río. Boca del Río it´s a beutiful place, has diferents shops, hotels, bar-restaurants (the sea food is excelent) and one war ship, Cañonero Guanajuato. You don´t forget it.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good26%
  • Average13%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
1 Feb 2016
“Rather uninteresting :(”
27 Jan 2016
“Love it delicious food”
Boulevard Ovieda | Plaza Banderas, Veracruz 92829, Mexico
+52 229 224 6722
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Reviewed 2 February 2016 via mobile

There are a few rooms to visit, and the guide spoke fast and was difficult to understand. Mostly obvious explanations: "this is the rap to communicate"... There is a short video, also of low quality. The museum is supposed to be interactive, but aside from...More

Thank Fetustician
Reviewed 28 January 2016

This place is great. It seat in a beautiful marina and their food is wonderful. I really like it and it is very well price.

Thank DorisV660
Reviewed 20 January 2015 via mobile

If you are expecting something similar to the US military vessel you'll be disappointed. This is an old Mexican ship which served well to the Mexican military. It was trade with grains some 80 years ago. The history tells us a lot about it. From...More

2  Thank CGuadarrama
Reviewed 8 October 2014

I enjoyed my time on that ship. Our guide, Mr Pedro is great. He knows every corner of that boat and let you know what happened with that boat when it was on service. Thakn you Mr Pedro for your time!

Thank Juan Manuel d
Reviewed 20 August 2014 via mobile

It has a really interesting history, the tourist guides are kind and funny.. It's also cheap! The entrance is 56 pesos and they show you a lot of places inside... The view is great from the restaurant. I highly recommend this place .

Thank Coral B
Reviewed 24 May 2014

From a distance, the old ship looks great. But upon arrival and closer inspection, it is in a rather poor state of affairs. More restaurant than museum, there isn't much here to see. Better to spend your time in the cute town of Boca communicating...More

Thank John R
Reviewed 25 December 2012

It's not a great museum and it has no air conditioning but is an interesting your after which you can have a nice meal.

1  Thank Luis K
Reviewed 21 August 2011

The local fishermen were displaced and this old, rusting gunboat built some 80 years ago in Spain, was towed in as a business enterprise. Without a corps of volunteers it's impossible to maintain a ship like this - many are scrapped for that very reason....More

2  Thank Chucumite
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