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This used to be a psychiatric hospital there is a night drama/terror play that explains what used to happen there. This is a very recommended tour to take but this is only in Spanish but I think anyone can understand by only watching the play....More
How lovely to see people sit in the shade around this rotunda that was built to honor those who contributed to society. From workers, insurgents, and intellectuals, it was refreshing to see this monument. Only two women were part of the statues.
Founded by the Catholic Bishop of Guadalajara in the early 19th Century, this palace for housing and raising local orphans covered acres of land, with fountains and magnificent multiple courtyards.
It is now home to revolving art exhibits from around the world, concerts, the Jalisco...More
This is an old building of courtyards and small rooms that once housed patients.It's currently used for temporary cultural exhibits and events, which rotate through. When we were there, they had an exhibit of ceramic nativity scenes set up in many of the rooms. These...More
The place is old and has a lot of history, yet there are many things lacking, such as clean and equipped bathrooms, a decent souvenir store and descriptive signs so you can read and know what you are seeing without the help of a tour...More
First time to Guadalajara so we (co-worker and I) stopped by this area as it had a lot of history to it. There really wasn't too much to see at this place other than walk around the monument for a few minutes. It was very...More