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...
The three-nave baroque cathedral, built between 1660 and 1730, is on the plaza's east side. Originally it had just one tower; the...
Behind the cathedral, this museum is the birthplace of much-celebrated Mexican poet, Manuel José Othón (1858–1906). The 19th-century...
Teatro de la Paz
This neoclassical, 1500-seat venue presents a variety of local and visiting dance, theater and music ensembles.
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Lonely Planet review
This bright and sizeable cafe has Japanese owners but Mexican and fast-food standards. Popular for a cheap set lunch and breakfast deals.