Los Dorados de Villa
Museo Rafael Coronel
The amazing Museo Rafael Coronel is not to be missed. Imaginatively housed in the ruins of the lovely 16th-century Ex-Convento de San...
Museo del Arte Abstracto Manuel Felguérez
This art museum is worth visiting for the building alone; originally a seminary, it was later used as a prison and has been renovated to...
Mina El Edén
The Edén Mine, which was once one of Mexico's richest, is a must-see as it provides a dramatic insight into the region's source of...
This happening disco (which changes name regularly) is located at the Edén Mine, with views overlooking the city. Often has live music...
Lonely Planet review
You may have to fight to get into this popular revolutionary-themed restaurant: knock at the door – it's always locked. It's a blast of color and is chock-a-block with atmosphere and relics. Plus it serves up a delicious array of everything – except Pancho Villa himself. Don't miss the enchiladas valentinas (M$80). Oh and for posterity, a flying visit to the toilet may knock you off your perch! (The toilet alcove is filled with birds − you have to walk through the aviary to get to your cubicle.)