Museo de la Restauración de la República
Museo de la Ciudad
Inside the ex-convent and old prison that held Maximilian, the 11-room Museo de la Ciudad has some good alternating contemporary-art...
Templo de Santa Clara
The 17th-century Templo de Santa Clara has an ornate baroque interior.
The 18th-century cathedral features both baroque and neoclassical styles, with an emphasis on straight lines (few curves); it's said...
Teatro de la República
Has regular symphony concerts most Fridays.
This sprawling spot specializes in Southeastern Mexican cuisine and the dishes – from the xi'i , a mushroom salad, to the Oaxacan...
Museo de la Restauración de la República information
Lonely Planet review
If you can read Spanish or are a real history buff, this museum covers Querétaro's role in Mexico's history, particularly the French occupation and the eventual ousting of Emperor Maximilian.