Museo Casa de Juárez
This trolleybus offers tours of Chihuahua’s main historic sights (narrated in Spanish) and beyond. Its three-hour city tour departs from...
Chihuahua’s former Palacio Federal (built 1908–10) is now a cultural center full of good-quality exhibits, with most explanations in...
Galería de Armas
Galería de Armas has a variety of guns and swords from the Independence era.
La Fábrica de Pan y Cafe
Okay, this cafe has probably taken a little inspiration from the likes of Starbucks, but given the tasty muffins, baguettes, hot cakes...
Museo Casa de Juárez information
Lonely Planet review
President Benito Juárez’ residence in this house during the French occupation made Chihuahua the capital of the Mexican republic from 1864 to 1866. Now a museum with 1860s feel still intact, it includes documents signed by the great reformer, as well as period exhibits including replicas of his furniture. It's also called the Museo de la Lealtad Republicana (Museum of Republican Loyalty).