La Peña Colibrí
Museo Regional Michoacano
Housed in a late-18th-century baroque palace and the recipient of a recent renovation, this museum keeps an impressive array of...
Colegio de San Nicolás
Morelos studied here, one block west of the plaza. While not another Morelos museum, it has become a foundation for the Universidad...
Biblioteca Pública de la Universidad Michoacana
Town councils of the world take note: if you're going to build a public library (which you should), then please make it look like this...
Los 50s Bar
Rock belts out of a handful of clubs on and around Av Madero Poniente after 10pm, but this is one of the best. Expect young, moody...
This respected Italian restaurant is well worth breaking the tortilla and taco monopoly for. Housed in a simply decorated colonial house...
La Peña Colibrí information
Beyond a heavy wooden door, this intimate courtyard cafe glows with candlelight, illuminating the grinning Day of the Dead skeletons on the walls. Live music starts at 10pm – guitarists pluck weepy ballads, folk singers wail mournfully. Come on Friday or Saturday to see a well-known local troupe perform the danza de los viejitos, a classic Michoacán folk dance.