Museo del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia
Atop the Colinas de Chapultepec, El Mirador offers panoramic views of the city and Bahía de Todos Santos. Climb or drive (note: there’s...
Sergio’s Sportfishing Center
Well regarded, Sergio's can be found on the sport fishing pier off Ensenada's Malecón. Fishing trips include the necessary gear. Day...
The oldest and perhaps liveliest cantina in the Californias has been serving tequila since 1892. A Friday or Saturday night will be...
Enjoy authentic, cheap antojitos and friendly service in a family atmosphere. Colorful decorations complement the food.
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Museo del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia information
Built in 1886 and once the Aduana Marítima de Ensenada, the city's oldest public building now houses this historical and cultural museum. It has a relatively small but comprehensive collection of artifacts, and discusses (mainly in Spanish) the area’s history from prehistoric times.