Location: Gran Museo del Mundo Maya, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
The museum has some nice exhibits, but bad signage has always been one of my pet peeves (I cannot understand why airports like LAS give arriving passengers only vague hints as to where to find their luggage or the parking garage).
Once you enter into a chamber of this museum, there are no marked exits to get out, handy maps, or signs in any language saying this way to the next exhibit chamber. There are guards standing by the doors to verbally direct you, but this is of little help if your primary language is English or Mayan.
The museum is also an architectural curiosity.
It is oval with a lot of empty space in the interior and the outer structure is criss crossed with grey and bright green support beams. The architect says that it is modeled after a ceiba tree, but the locals say that it had structural problems and needed extra banding to give it strength. They call it the strapping tape building.
I like the locals interpretation.