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It was declared as a “National Artistic Monument” on February 2014. This building is of great architectural beauty and is part of the Mier y Pesado Foundation, also known as “The Castle of Orizaba”. It has museums, a restaurant zone, big gardens...more
Having local friends always pays off. I was taken (besides many other attractions) to the Poliforum in Orizaba. It is an amazing place. First of all, entry is free. You can visit all the rooms in the building. Museum Cri-Cri is especially interesting for children...More
I visited Poliforum Mier y Pesado because I wanted to visit Cri-Cri's museum, I was surprised with the different things they have there, art exhibitions, chapels, restaurants. It is very interesting. Don't miss it.
It used to be a retirement home for the elderly and the local government bought the building for approximately 40 million (USD). The place itself is amazing, the view at the front facade is spectacular. It has several museums and they're all very interesting, specially...More
After the “Teleférico” or cable cart, we visited the Poliforum Mier y Pesado, a great medieval looking castle with well maintained landscapes and fountain, the food variety is good, there is about 8 restaurants from tapas to Mexican and coffee shops. The museum is nice...More
A great place for a meal, with multiple options to select from - typical or regional cuisine, desserts, coffee, top grill, there is a choice for everyone. The old grounds of a retirement mansion are picturesque and beautiful. There’s a museum dedicated to Cri-Cri, and...More
This is a nice place to visit at Orizaba. We went as part of a folkloric group from Puerto Rico during the Orizaba Folk Festival 2017. There are a big area with a nice fountaing at the front of the building. Kida can enjoy the...More