Museo Poblano de Arte Virreinal
Iglesia de la Compañía
This Jesuit church with a 1767 Churrigueresque facade is also called Espíritu Santo. Beneath the altar is a tomb said to be that of a...
Museo de la Revolución
This pockmarked 19th-century house was the scene of the first battle of the 1910 Revolution. The house retains its bullet holes and some...
Museo Casa del Alfeñique
This renovated colonial house is an outstanding example of the over-the-top 18th-century decorative style alfeñique, characterized by...
This is what a Mexican cafe would look like in a cartoon. Think shrines to Frida Kahlo, day of the dead trinkets, lucha libre (Mexican...
It’s easy to see why this excellent wood-oven pizzeria – with dim lighting, terracotta walls and beamed ceilings – is a popular date...
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Museo Poblano de Arte Virreinal information
Opened in 1999, this top-notch museum is housed in the 16th-century Hospital de San Pedro. Galleries display excellent contemporary art and a fascinating permanent exhibit on the hospital’s history.