Museo de los Cuatro Pueblos
Museo Regional de Nayarit
Residing in a palatial 18th-century neoclassical house with a lovely courtyard, the Museo Regional de Nayarit presents changing...
Casa Museo Juan Escutia
The Casa Museo Juan Escutia was the home of Juan Escutia, one of Mexico’s illustrious niños héroes (child heroes), who died at age 17...
Casa y Museo Amado Nervo
The Casa y Museo Amado Nervo celebrates the life of the preeminent 19th-century Mexican poet Amado Nervo, born here in 1870.
It has whole-grain quesadillas, soy-based pozole (a soup or thin stew of hominy, vegetables and chilies), a full page of juices,...
Lonely Planet review
The Museo de los Cuatro Pueblos displays contemporary popular arts of Nayarit’s Huichol, Cora, Nahua and Tepehuano peoples, including clothing, yarn art, weaving, musical instruments, ceramics and beadwork.