The Museo Casa de Xalapa contains all the information on the history of Xalapa, from pre-Hispanic times to the present day.
The Xalapa Museum of Anthropology, also known by its acronym, MAX, is the second most important anthropological site in Mexico.
It was a Mexican hacienda that currently functions as a museum. It was built in 1525 by Juan Lencero, a soldier of Hernán Cortés. It houses the history of Xalapa and Mexico for almost five centuries.