The Boggs Stanley Museum, located at Tazumal contains an important exhibition of ceramic and lithic objects recovered in the area of Chalchuapa, including the monument with Olmec style known as the stone of victories identified approximately 1 km east of Chalchuapa in the 1940s by Dr. Boggs.
The Casa Blanca site Museum there is also a sample of pottery recovered in the excavations, as well as the monument 1 (El Trapiche), some models and an important sign of the elaboration process of Indigo, which was the main economic activity in the region during the colonial period.
The Museum of site of San Andrés presents general aspects of the site, its geographical context and research as well as a sample of ceramic vessels and other objects recovered in the excavations. It highlights the reconstruction of the offering of the 7 structure, a scale model of the site and a relief map of the Republic of El Salvador. Also there are plans to enable an archaeological tunnel that allows observing buried architectural features that demonstrate the evolution of the site in its heyday and the construction of the Acropolis to the period late classic.
The Museum of site of Joya of Cerén contains a sample of the discovery and excavation of the site, as well as an important exhibition of stones grind, ceramic vessels, remains of clay, bone remains of animals and reproductions in plaster of organic remains, which include ears of corn, mushrooms and other plants.
Quelepa site is located in the eastern part of El Salvador. Some parts of the site are displayed recently in a Regional Museum developed by the municipality of the village of Quelepa.
The National Museum of anthropology “David J. Guzmán” contains the largest collection of archaeological and ethnographic of El Salvador, from of all its regions belonging to all periods of its history and geographical. Its permanent exhibition dedicated a room to the development of societies and human settlements, a religion room, a room about agriculture and a room dedicated to crafts, trade and industry. It also has an exhibition outside of cave art, mostly in the Lake Güija.
Another important collection of Pre-historic and ethnographic artifacts is on display in the University Museum of Anthropology of the University technological of El Salvador, where diverse societies past and present topics covered.
The Regional Museum of the West is located in Santa Ana, where pieces of archaeological sites of Santa Ana, Sonsonate and Ahuachapán, coming from rescue and salvage projects are exhibited.
Similarly, The Regional Museum of East is located in San Miguel and contains parts of Quelepa site, as well as other samples of local contemporary culture.
Another collection of more than 1,000 pieces is displayed in the Centro Cultural Pablo Tesak located in Ciudad Delgado, San Salvador.
In a digital mode, The Toxtli Archaeological Museum shows lithic and ceramic pieces of the Maya of El Salvador region and its surroundings, which are part of private collections.
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