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We had a fabulous tour by Alejandro. Be sure to ask for him. He’s bilingual. The tour cost $25 pesos = $1.35 USD each person. The building is spectacular. The history of Mexico and Guanajuato are very interesting and Alejandro explains it all. Do Not...More
Where, until 2006, the powers that be would sit and discuss new laws. Amazing mahogany furniture throughout (made by a local woodworker), the horseshoe design much like in England. Details abound in this extremely well preserved legislative palace. Downstairs you can see art and various...More
walking by the srteets, we saw this beautiful building and were curios. We discovered it is now a museum. Even though we had a quick tour it was totally woth it! It was recently given by the goverment and still has all the original furniture....More
This museum was quite an amazing and serendipitous find. I was looking for Diego Rivera's house and I found this place. It's beautiful inside! According to the guides, it's from 1900s, and you can see the romantic and French architecture present. You can also learn...More
This is an impressive building, with wonderful ceilings and staircases, period lamps etc. It contains an exhibit devoted to the 1910 centennial of Mexican independence (wonderful period photographs, medals, posters etc.). Absolutely do not miss the upstairs rooms, where the legislative chambers of the state...More
This is a new museum (just opened 1 month ago) showing the state debating chamber and the history of the 1917 Centennial Independence celebrations in side-rooms; in a well decorated romanesque building. There is an attractive mosaic floor.