This is an historical place as was the grounds where Sor Juana Ines de La Cruz Lived. You have the chance to visit a small but well preserved museum of this great writer on LatinAmerica (and an icon of Feminism worldwide). The place is well kept, it has a small pond, an english Laberynth, camping facilities and a little farm where kids can pet goats, llama and a Capibara. The place is good and well preserved, fee to enter is around 12 USD, there is an Hotel there and a restaurant, bad thing is the price for the food and acommodations. Good sightseeing and camping can be done there. Staff was always very supportive.