Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Valladolid

Casa de los Venados

Featuring over 3000 pieces of museum-quality Mexican folk art, this private collection is unique in that objects are presented in a house, in the context that they were originally designed for, instead of being rope…
Church in Valladolid

Templo de San Bernardino

The Templo de San Bernardino and the adjacent Convento de Sisal are about 700m southwest of the plaza. They were constructed between 1552 and 1560 to serve the dual functions of fortress and church. The church's cha…
Market in Valladolid

Mercado Municipal

Locals come to this good, authentic Mexican market to shop for cheap clothing, produce and what-have-you, and to eat at inexpensive taquerías. The east side is the most colorful, with flowers and stacks of fruit and…
Museum in Valladolid

Museo de San Roque

Previously a 16th-century convent, San Roque has models and exhibits relating the history of the city and the region. Other displays focus on various aspects of traditional Maya life.
Notable Building in Valladolid

Ayuntamiento

Convent in Valladolid

Convento de Sisal

The 16th-century Franciscan convent's walled grounds hold a cenote with a vaulted dome over it and a system of channels that once irrigated the large garden.
Cathedral in Valladolid

Catedral de San Gervasio

Aka Iglesia de San Servacio, the original edifice was built in 1545, then it was demolished and rebuilt in the early 1700s.
Church in Valladolid

Iglesia de la Candelaria

The Virgin of Candelaria is celebrated at this church on February 2 (Candlemas).