Maya: The Exhibition

Friday, Oct 16, 2020 at 10:00am

Union Terminal
1301 Western Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45203

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Welcome to the jungle

A sophisticated civilization buried in the heart of the rainforest

Immerse yourself in the genius of the Maya – early disrupters living in cities of stone carved into the rainforest. By studying the stars they developed a calendar more accurate than any other in the world. Their discovery of the number zero opened the door for advanced mathematics. Rubber balls were essential to Maya sports centuries before the "discovery" of vulcanized rubber. And they introduced the world to chocolate. Theirs was a civilization of astronomers, mathematicians, inventors and gods.

For the first time in the United States, the mysteries of the Maya come to life. With over 300 artifacts, discover how the Maya live on today – in their inventions that continue to shape our daily lives and in the millions who carry on the Maya tradition in language and lineage.

Unearth a world of gods and innovators

Entry: Exhibit Ticket Required

Location: Union Terminal

Tickets for Maya: The Exhibition
Adults: $21
Seniors:           $19
Children:
(ages 3-12)     $14
Infants & Toddlers:
(ages 0-2)       Free
Member Adult: $14
Member Child:            Free*

*Member children get in free to Maya: The Exhibition with the purchase of an adult ticket to Maya: The Exhibition.

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