When one thinks of Mexico, perhaps the first image to come to mind is that of a charro or mounted horseman, wearing a ... More
Museo de la Charrería
When one thinks of Mexico, perhaps the first image to come to mind is that of a charro or mounted horseman, wearing a wide-brimmed hat, with a blanket draped over his shoulders and a cheroot pursed in the corner of his lips. The history of these horsemen and Charros, the popular equestrian sport, is the subject of this museum. Located in what was once the Convent of Monserrat, the collection includes typical costumes, harnesses, saddles, paintings, photographs and objects related to the past and present of the charreria, one of the Mexico's most symbolic traditions.
This is an exquisite little park well worth visiting, although it is so small you can't actually walk in it.
It lies opposite the Museo Nacional del Arte, which is why it offers its own collection of works of ...
Located in the old historical center of the city, in what were once the confines of the Sexta Inspección police
department, this museum displays the history of the local police and security forces. The permanent collection covers the period ...
This magnificently restored 17th century building houses the museum, which opened in 1986 in what was the Hospital of San
Juan de Dios together with the temple of the same name. The vast collection of objects on display is ...
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