Casa K’ojom is a museum located in Antigua, Guatemala that showcases traditional Mayan music and musical instruments. The museum was founded in 1990 by the Guatemalan musician and ethnomusicologist, Roberto Guzmán.
The museum’s collection includes over 800 musical instruments from various regions of Guatemala and other countries in Latin America. Visitors can learn about the different types of instruments, their history, and their significance in Mayan culture, and hear recordings of traditional Mayan music.
Casa K’ojom also hosts workshops and performances that showcase traditional Mayan music and dance. The museum’s mission is to promote and preserve the musical heritage of the Mayan people and to educate visitors about the cultural significance of music in Mayan society.
In addition to the museum’s exhibits and programs, Casa K’ojom also has a gift shop that sells traditional Mayan musical instruments, CDs, and other souvenirs.