Palacio de Gobierno
Getting bored of Mexican churches? Here's one to knock you out of your reverie! Morelia’s beautiful cathedral (unforgettable when it’s...
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...
Café del Teatro
Even if you're not here for a play, dip into the Teatro Ocampo to visit this elegant 1st-floor cafe with a jazzy soundtrack and pictures...
Packed from breakfast to the wee hours, this is easily the most popular sidewalk cafe beneath the arches across from the cathedral. It...
Av Madero Oriente · interesting places nearby
Palacio de Gobierno information
The 17th-century palace, originally a seminary and now state government offices, has a simple baroque facade. Its soaring historical murals inside are, arguably, the city's best. The murals were executed in 1961–62 and are the magnum opus of Pátzcuaro-born painter, Alfredo Zalce (1908–2003).