Behind the cathedral, this museum is the birthplace of much-celebrated Mexican poet, Manuel José Othón (1858–1906). The 19th-century...
Palacio de Gobierno
The neoclassical Palacio de Gobierno was built between 1770 and 1816. Its most illustrious lodger was Benito Juárez – first in 1863 when...
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...
San Luis' own symphony orchestra plays in Teatro de la Paz and other venues; check with the tourist office.
The best ice creamery and cafe for good-quality snacks and surveying the local scene.
This impressive three-nave baroque cathedral was built between 1660 and 1730. Originally it had just one tower; the northern tower was added in the 20th century. The marble apostles on the facade are replicas of statues in Rome's St Peter's Basilica. On the hour, the electronic bells, a more recent addition, ring out.