Museo de la Memoria
This modern history museum looks at folklore through a multimedia lens and has well-presented exhibits on indigenous government,...
Museo de Arte de Tlaxcala
Holds interesting temporary exhibits and a good permanent collection of modern Mexican art.
Just below the monastery, beside the 19th-century Plaza de Toros (bullring), is this capilla abierta (open chapel) with three unique...
Pulquería Tía Yola
Sip one of a dozen-or-so flavors of house-made pulque in a stone courtyard decorated with Día de Muertos figurines and mosaics of Aztec...
Fonda del Convento
This unassuming home-style restaurant has been a local favorite for four decades. The menu focuses on traditional Tlaxcalteca cuisine,...
Modern with stark white decor and attentive service, this excellent, upscale restaurant is popular for its weekend buffet and swanky ambience after dark. The 'Platón Moctezuma' (M$450) insect tasting-plate is grand enough for an Aztec emperor, piled with escamole s (ant larvae), chinocuiles (red grubs that feed on maguey) and regular white gusanos (grubs).