Parroquia de San José
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...
The 16th-century Palacio Municipal, a former grain storehouse, occupies the north side of the zócalo .
Museo de Arte de Tlaxcala
This fantastic contemporary-art museum houses an excellent cache of early Frida Kahlo paintings that were returned to the museum after...
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,...
Plaza de la Constitución · interesting places nearby
Parroquia de San José information
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 histórico, bilingual signs explain the significance of the church and its many fountains.