Museo Regional de Historia
The well-restored 18th-century baroque Cathedral, on the plaza's west side, is more magnificent inside than out. Over the altar at the...
Palacio de Gobierno
On the plaza's south side, the red-and-pink stone Palacio de Gobierno is Aguascalientes' most noteworthy colonial building. Once the...
Ex-Plaza de Toros San Marcos
Near the northeast corner of Jardín de San Marcos the Ex-Plaza de Toros San Marcos, the old bullring, is now a school for aspiring...
Casa de la Cultura
In a fine 17th-century building, the Casa de la Cultura hosts art exhibitions, concerts, theater and dance events.
Set in the courtyard of an 18th-century former mansion, this old-fashioned spot is well known among local diners for its tasty menu. The...
Lonely Planet review
This history museum was designed by Refugio Reyes as a family home and features a small chapel. Its several rooms exhibit items that run all the way from the big bang to the Revolution. Anyone interested in Mexican history will appreciate these displays. For others, the temporary exhibitions can be fascinating; pass by to check what's on.