Behind the cathedral, this museum is the birthplace of much-celebrated Mexican poet, Manuel José Othón (1858–1906). The 19th-century...
Museo Nacional de la Máscara
Displays an interesting collection of ceremonial masks from across Mexico and around the world. There are good descriptions in English...
Museo del Virreinato
Beside the Templo de Carmen, this museum has a large collection of paintings and artifacts from the Spanish vice-regency. More of...
Teatro de la Paz
This neoclassical, 1500-seat venue presents a variety of local and visiting dance, theater and music ensembles.
Lonely Planet review
Sleek and stylish and a la moda . Its minimalist setting on the terrace is beautifully offset against the colonial architecture of surrounding buildings. Modern fusion cuisine includes great meat, fish and pasta dishes.