Museo Pedro Coronel
Plazuela de Santo Domingo
A block west of Zacatecas' cathedral, this plazuela is dominated by the Templo de Santo Domingo . Although the church is done in a more...
Templo de Santo Domingo
Although the church is done in a more sober baroque style than Zacatecas' cathedral, it has some fine gilded altars and a graceful...
De la O Tours
Takes tours to Real De Catorce and horseback-riding trips. Does airport pickups.
This top venue hosts a variety of cultural events including theater, dance and music performances. Check the posters or with the tourist...
Near the cathedral, this Greek-owned cafe has a quirky '50s-style diner feel, and is the place to meet for locals and visitors –...
Museo Pedro Coronel information
Lonely Planet review
The extraordinary Museo Pedro Coronel is housed in a 17th-century former Jesuit college and is one of provincial Mexico's best art museums. Pedro Coronel (1923−85) was an affluent Zacatecan artist who bequeathed his collection of art and artifacts from all over the world, as well as his own works. The collection includes 20th-century works by Picasso, Rouault, Chagall, Kandinsky and Miró; and pre-Hispanic Mexican artifacts, masks and other ancient pieces.