This morning your driver will meet you for a tour of Guatemala City’s impressive museums – the comprehensive cultural and textile museum, Ixchel, the Maya museum, Popol Vuh, and the National Ethnographic and Archaeological Museum. The Ixchel Museum collection is made up of pieces of utilitarian and ceremonial clothing used by the indigenous since the late 14th century until today. There is also a collection from Guatemalan painter Carmen L. Pettersen who documented in great artistic detail the distinctive costumes of the various indigenous communities. The Popol Vuh Museum is a comprehensive summary of the Mundo Maya (Maya World), complete with artifacts and recreations from Maya sites throughout the region. After lunch in a gourmet restaurant in Guatemala City, continue to the National Ethnology and Archaeology Museum houses the most important collection of Maya archaeological artifacts in the country. It traces indigenous history over the centuries and through the present day, using several hundred Maya artifacts to tell the story. The highlight of the collection is the jade exhibit, with earrings, bracelets, masks, and an impressive scale model of Tikal. After a full day of exploring the museums, your driver will transfer you to Antigua for the late afternoon at leisure. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is one of the best preserved colonial cities in the Americas. It is a magical and captivating place with colonial architecture, scenic setting and crumbling ruins. Strolling through town on the cobblestone streets, you will find are art galleries, craft boutiques, coffee shops, gourmet restaurants, quaint bars and more. Dinner is on your own and we can recommend restaurants depending on your taste – we love Los Tres Tiempos for its contemporary Guatemalan cuisine and great atmosphere (advance reservations are recommended in Antigua).