Museo de la Restauración de la República
If you can read Spanish or are a real history buff, this museum covers Querétaro's role in Mexico's history, particularly the French...
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.
This place ticks all the right sustainable/slow food boxes: think homemade condiments, seasonal organic produce; wood-fired breads and...
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The 18th-century cathedral features both baroque and neoclassical styles, with an emphasis on straight lines (few curves); it's said that the first mass in the cathedral (then known as San Felipe Neri) was lead by Padre Hidalgo, he of Independence fame.