Museo de Arte de Querétaro
Fuente de Neptuno
A block west of Jardín Zenea is the Fuente de Neptuno , designed by noted Mexican neoclassical- architect Eduardo Tresguerras in 1797.
Templo de Santa Clara
The 17th-century Templo de Santa Clara has an ornate baroque interior.
This museum is beside the Templo de San Francisco. The ground floor holds interesting exhibits on pre-Hispanic Mexico, archaeological...
Café del Fondo
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Lonely Planet review
Adjacent to the Templo de San Agustín,Querétaro's art museum occupies a splendid baroque monastery built between 1731 and 1748. It is worth visiting to see the building alone: angels, quirky gargoyles, statues and other ornamental details abound, particularly around the stunning courtyard.
The ground-floor display of 16th- and 17th-century European paintings traces influences from Flemish to Spanish to Mexican art. On the same floor you'll find 19th- and 20th-century Mexican paintings. The top floor has works from 16th-century Mannerism to 18th-century baroque. The museum has a good bookstore-cum-gift shop.