Sitio Arqueológico de Bonampak

Bonampak Archaeological Site


Bonampak is famous for its extraordinary murals, depicting scenes of war, tribute payments, and the capture of prisoners for sacrifice. The pre-Hispanic city covered just over 3000 hectares.

Bonampak features a central plaza surrounded by relatively low religious, administrative, and residential buildings. A stela in the plaza, along with others located on the steps of the Acropolis, showcases exceptional craftsmanship. To the south of the Grand Plaza stands the Acropolis, a large, stepped platform with a height of 46 meters.

Near Station


Green Stones

Bonampak Mayan Mural


Monday to Sunday from 8:00 am to 16:30. Last entry at 16:00 pm.

$95.00 MXN (Mexican Pesos)

600 to 1000 AD | Classic

600 – 800 AD| Late Classic Period

Where is the Yaxchilán Archaeological Site Located?

It is located in the Lacandon Jungle of Chiapas, in the Lacanja River valley.

  • Fee for professional cameras
  • INAPAM discount (for seniors)
  • Discount for students and teachers
  • Free admission on Sundays (Mexicans)
  • Free entry for children under 13 years old
  • No smoking allowed, No outside food allowed, No pets allowed

Bonampak is the only archaeological site in the Maya world that has murals with such a high degree of preservation.


Archaeological Site of Bonampak

Temple of the Paintings

Murals of Room 3

Murals of Room 1

Building 3

Murals of Room 2

Building 4 – 8