Museo de Historia Natural
The strange, lifeless Museo de Historia Natural , on the east side of the Bosque Cuauhtémoc park, displays stuffed, dissected and...
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Alfredo Zalce
Modern-art fans might find something interesting at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Alfredo Zalce named for the Michoacano artist and...
This irregular, conspicuously vacant plaza surrounds the Estatua Ecuestre al Patriota Morelos , a majestic statue of Morelos on...
Casa de la Salsa
Locals converge to shake their collective ass to a rocking four-piece salsa band (from 9:30pm Wednesday to Saturday) on a raised stage...
A lovely nook near Morelia’s aqueduct, which lays on splendid service to back up the equally splendid food. Seating is spread around...
Bosque Cuauhtémoc information
Morelia’s largest park is a handsome affair favored by families because of its shady trees, amusement park and museums. On its grounds are two small museums. Housed in a 19th-century building, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Alfredo Zalce has temporary exhibitions of contemporary art – some better than others. The quirky Museo de Historia Natural , on the east side of the park, displays stuffed, dissected and skeletal animals and human fetuses.