Sights in Tula
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The ruins of the main ceremonial center of Tula are perched on a hilltop, with views over rolling countryside (as well as less attractive nearby industry). These make up just a small part of the 16-sq-km site but are home to the most interesting remnants. It costs M$35 to use a video. At the time of research, the site was undergoing major excavation and was somewhat disheveled. If making a special trip, it may be worth calling ahead to check if the work is complete.
The Sala de Orientación Guadalupe Mastache is a small museum named after one of the archaeologists who pioneered excavations at Zona Arqueológica. It includes large items taken from the site, including some huge caryatid feet, and a visual representation of how the site might have looked in its prime.