Activities for a Rainy Day in Chihuahua

What to Do in Chihuahua When it Rains

Best Activities for a Rainy Day in Chihuahua

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  • JAF
    1 contribution
    We went twice with our 3 year old son when we were in CJ for my husband's immigration interview. My son was occupied for hours and did not want to leave. The staff was very sweet. You may want to pack a lunch. The food was limited to pizza and soda when we were there. There were many different areas and things to explore and I was able to relax as I had been quite anxious about the trip.
    Written May 18, 2020
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  • john C
    San Diego, CA27 contributions
    I stopped by for a visit, but the museum was closed due to Covid. The art Nouveu style mansion was built in 1907 by Don Manuel Gameros.
    Written December 16, 2020
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  • john C
    San Diego, CA27 contributions
    A beautiful Baroque style Cathedral built in 1725. The actual name is the Church of the Holy Cross, Our Lady of Regla and St. Francis of Assisi. The vaulted ceilings inside are amazing, as is the Central altar and the Pipe organ with its two angels. The exterior is very ornate, and still has many of the original bells in the two Church towers. The Church holds Catholic Masses for the Public so please be respectful when entering.
    Written December 19, 2020
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  • Lizbethpg
    1 contribution
    This museum is big and very beautiful. During the tour, they will show you where Don Miguel Hidalgo and Costilla. were shot. They will show you where the calabaso is and they will show you a video about Miguel Hidalgo.
    Written March 31, 2020
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  • fernando o
    San Diego, CA75 contributions
    This is the home of one of the most prominent figures of the Mexican Revolution "Pancho Villa " It is now a museum with many of the personal items of Villa. The Mexican Army runs the museum as the late widow of Pancho Villa made sure that it was made available to the public and did not fall into some commercial venue. Among the exhibits is the car in which Villa was assassinated in Parral on 10 July 1923 at the age of 45. A must visit in Chihuahua.
    Written October 15, 2019
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  • Marco S
    Ciudad Juarez, Mexico47 contributions
    Pinesque is a small family winery, but they produce a great wine, I recommend to pay special attention to the .5 and SinfoRosa wines, the experience is very good and the talk about the wine process very pleasant. Also they are located in the city limits at 15 minutes from the historic downtown.. this time only knew the wine distillery, cause is invernal season, but planing visit Pinesque’s vineyard in summer.
    Written March 17, 2022
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  • Delaf
    30 contributions
    I visited Las Misiones mall in at least 3 ocasiones. Es una mall como cualquiera y tiene todas las conveniencias que se espera de un centro commercial. Desafortunadamente es muy caro y lo único que pude comprar fue comida. Solo pude encontrar los baños que están arriba así que necesitan más baños.? Me di cuenta que cobran a la gente por entrar con su carro y eso no me gusto.
    Las Missiones mall is a shopping mall like every other with all the conveniences one should expect from a mall. Unfortunately, it was very expensive and the only thing I could afford was food. I only saw the bathrooms upstairs by food court so I believe they need more bathrooms? I noticed people are charged to park there so I didn’t like that.
    Written March 16, 2020
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  • Loneostrich
    Miami Beach, FL122 contributions
    I did a walking tour of Juarez, and this was probably the highlight for me. Firstly, the building itself is gorgeous and well-maintained for such a historic place. There are lots of interesting tidbits like the menu from a meeting between U.S. President Taft and Mexican President Diaz which took place in the building--it was the first time a U.S. president ever visited Mexico. Signage was mostly bilingual throughout, admission was free, and it's right on a pedestrianized street that leads to the mission church, the oldest building in either Juarez or El Paso.
    Written September 21, 2019
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  • Teresa M
    12 contributions
    A beautiful historic home with original restored furnishings and set pieces. I loved the story of this family.
    Written August 31, 2019
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  • marcain
    Washington DC, DC202 contributions
    Outstanding. You will be welcomed in front of the museum, with help in buying the tickets for admission (50 pesos/person, cheaper for seniors). The person who helps you will offer a tour of the museum, take the offer. The guides are very knowledgeable, and clearly love what they're showing you. I offered a tip at the end of our very helpful tour through the exhibits, which our guide very graciously but definitively declined. So, a donation to the museum. Which is quite wonderful.
    Written February 28, 2020
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  • Daniela R
    Oxnard, California, United States16 contributions
    My kids 5 and 2 really enjoyed this place. The 5 year old was able to get more out of it. Great tour and personalized too. We'll be back.
    Written June 13, 2018
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  • dog2407
    Cuauhtemoc, Mexico138 contributions
    I went to the mall specifically to go to Zurich which is a swiss knife store. The mall has a pretty good variety of different stores and brands
    Written August 30, 2019
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  • walter s
    Bangkok, Thailand130 contributions
    This museum will go a long way to explain the large population of caucasians one sees in Cuauhtemoc. The docents were young mennonite ladies and well informed speaking perfect english. If you speak German as we do, they're happy to converse in that language as well.
    Written April 14, 2022
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  • pablopR1698UM
    Chihuahua, Mexico3 contributions

    It is a cultural enclave located in the rectory of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua, which presents various cultural samples such as the Symphony Orchestra of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua
    Written September 8, 2018
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  • AndrewJV_11
    Jefferson Valley, NY54 contributions
    A quick place to visit. Nice period interior and exhibits on Benito Juarez. Friendly staff. Close to the center of city and other sites.
    Written October 10, 2018
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