Museo de Arte de Tlaxcala
Palacio de Justicia
The 16th-century building on the plaza's northwest side is the Palacio de Justicia, the former Capilla Real de Indios, built for the use...
Tlaxcala's shady, spacious zócalo is one of Mexico's most fetching. The 16th-century Palacio Municipal, a former grain storehouse...
Parroquia de San José
Off the northwest corner of the zócalo is the pretty-in-pink tile, brick and stucco Parroquia de San José. As elsewhere in the Centro...
Vinos y Piedra
This wine bar is complete with spittoons at each table, a basement wine cellar (visible through a section of see-through floor) and...
There’s no sign outside this romantic, hole-in-the-wall hangout but you’ll know it by the smell – an irresistible mix of chocolate,...
Museo de Arte de Tlaxcala information
Lonely Planet review
This fantastic contemporary art museum houses an excellent cache of early Frida Kahlo paintings which were returned to the museum after several years on loan to other museums around the world. Both the museum’s main building on the zócalo and the smaller branch hold interesting temporary exhibits and a good permanent collection of modern Mexican art.