Museo Casa Natal de Morelos
José María Morelos y Pavón, one of the most important heroes in Mexico’s struggle for independence, is king in Morelia – after all, the...
Palacio de Justicia
Facing the leafy expanse of Plaza de Armas, the Palacio de Justicia was built between 1682 and 1695 to serve as the city hall. Its...
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...
On the hillside 3km south of town, Morelia’s hottest club thumps, bumps and grinds to house and pop tunes. Designed to look like an...
Plaza San Agustín
Some good cheap food stalls and lots of tables can be found under the covered arches here.
Abasolo 455 · interesting places nearby
Fonda Marceva information
Specializing in the cuisine of the tierra caliente (hot lands) region of Michoacán’s southeast, this lovely courtyard restaurant serves a mindblowing aporreadillo (breakfast stew of eggs, dried beef and chili) and some of the best frijoles de olla (beans slow-cooked in a pot) we’ve ever tasted.