Casa de la Cultura
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Casa de la Cultura Cafeteria
Sit under the alcoves of ths cafe, which is inside the Casa de la Cultura, and listen to the soft notes of live classical music while...
Resting on your laurels in the leafy, music-filled Jardín de las Rosas is a Morelia rite of passage – the university is around the...
Av Morelos Norte 485 · interesting places nearby
Casa de la Cultura information
After the music conservatory, this is the second pillar of Morelia’s cultural life. Encased in an old Carmelite monastery dating from the 17th century, it’s a blissful place to hang out and soak up the musical spirit of Mexico. The cute cafe near the entry is a good staging post, but save time for other nooks and crannies.
Guitar maestros often sit around in the cloisters quietly strumming. Magic!