Town

San Miguel de Allende

Address

1 Cuna de Allende St., Downtown, San Miguel de Allende, Gto., 37700. Phone (415) 152 2499

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours. Tuesday to Sunday from to 17:00. Admission fee: $37 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID, do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a video camera.

Synopsis

The museum was inaugurated in 1990, in a 17th century building where Ignacio Allende lived. The Chupicuaro culture, The Independent period and the life of Ignacio Allende, are the themes of the collection that includes archaeological, ethnologic and historic items.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

Micro Site

http://dti.inah.gob.mx/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3118&Itemid=382

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Town

Comonfort

Address

1 Arteaga St., Centro, Comonfort, Gto., 38200

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 16:00. Admission fee: 31 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a video camera. Cultural activities at the open theater, temporary exhibition halls.

Synopsis

This 18th century building was residence of Jose Luis Mora, a liberal deputy after the Iturbide Empire. As a member of the First Legislature, he promoted the consolidation of the Mexican Republic. The Museum was inaugurated in 1989. The collection includes historical objects from the Prehispanic, Colonial and Modern ages, such as obsidian knives, pottery, ceramic sculptures, oil paintings, books, and a spinning wheel.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

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Town

Chilpancingo

Address

Primer Congreso de Anahuac Square, Chilpancingo, Gro., 39000. Phone (747) 472 8088

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00. Free admission. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a video camera. Guided tours, educational workshops, documentary projections, temporary exhibition hall.

Synopsis

This early 20th century building stands for the Neoclassical architecture of the period known as Porfiriato. It opened as a museum in 1987, representing the history of the region, from the Prehispanic age to the 19th century.  The collection includes archaeological findings, colonial art and oil paintings. The Mezcala greenstone sculptures are remarkable.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

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Town

Tula

Address

2 km. Tula – Tlahuelilpan Hwy., Tula, Hgo., 48200. Phone: (773) 732 0705

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 15:00. The $41 MXP fee includes the admission to the site museum, the archaeological site and the Introduction Hall. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID, do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shot with a video camera. Bookstore, wheel chair facilities.

Synopsis

The Guadalupe Mastache Hall was inaugurated in 2003. The purpose of this orientation hall is to introduce the visitors into Tolteca culture in a recreational way, helped by documentary projections and interactive media. Iconographic and architectural analysis of Tolteca Art, as well as other regional archaeology, are represented in this hall.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

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Town

San Felipe Torres Mochas

Address

121 Hidalgo St., San Felipe Torres Mochas, Gto., 37600.

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00  to 18:00; Sunday from 8:00 to 17:00. Admission fee: $31MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a video camera. Homage Hall, temporary exhibition halls.

Synopsis

This 18th century building was the residence of Miguel Hidalgo from 1793 to 1803.The gatherings between the liberals that ended commanding the Independency were here. It is called The Little France because their political ideas came mainly from France.  In the Homage Hall there are two Hidalgo statues and several paintings. The set of the private room of Hidalgo shows a bed, a desk and other pieces of furniture. He lived here until he was transferred to the Dolores Parish.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

Town

Acapulco

Address

Hornitos and Morelos St., Downtown, Acapulco, Gro., 39300. Phone (744) 482 3828

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30to 18:30. Admission fee: $41 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID, do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a video camera. Guided tours by appointment, bookstore, auditorium, parking lot.

Synopsis

The 18 th century building that lodges this museum used to be a fortress. The museum represents the history of the region: the first settlers, Olmeca, Mixteca, Teotihuacana, Maya and Mexica influence; Acapulco as one of the most important ports in the New Spain, place of commercial and cultural exchange between Asia and America; the Independence struggle between Morelos Army and the last Crown soldiers that took place here, the San Diego Fort, constructed to protect the city from pirates. The collection includes archaeological findings, objects brought from Asia, like lacquers, ivory sculptures and China, and arms.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

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Town

Tepeapulco

Address

Hidalgo av. And Constitucion Square, Downtown, Tepeapulco, Hgo., 43970

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 8:00 to 17:00. Free admission. There is a fee if you are willing to shot with a video camera. Temporary exhibitions.

Synopsis

The museum opened in 1959, in a 16th century building that used to be a Franciscan convent. The collection includes archaeological pieces from Teotihuacana, Tolteca and Mexica cultures. The nearby zone of Xihuingo was an important city in the trading routes of Mesoamerica.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

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Town

Yuriria

Address

Plazuela Juarez, Yuriria, Gto., 38940. Phone (445) 68 2036

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 17:00. Admission fee: $31 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a video camera. Auditorium, bookstore.

Synopsis

The 16th century building that used to house an Augustinian convent, is one of the most important Plateresco architectural style constructions of the Colonial period. As a museum, it was inaugurated in 1926. The Prehispanic Hall lodges Chupicuaro and Tarasca cultures archaeological findings. Religious art of the New Spain, like painting and sculpture are exhibited, too. The Museum houses the Agustina Library, a collection conformed of nearly 3,000 volumes dated from the 16 to 19th centuries.  

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

Town

Taxco de Alarcon

Address

1 Porfirio A. Delgado St., Downtown, Taxco, Gro., 40200. Phone (762) 622 1660

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 9:00 to 18:00; Sunday from 9:00 to 15:00. Admission fee: $31 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID, do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a video camera. Guided tours by appointment, temporary exhibitions, bookstore.

Synopsis

This museum was inaugurated in 1975. The exhibition includes the archaeological collection that Guillermo Spratling donated to Taxco. The most important Mesoamerican cultures, as well as the Taxco region history, are represented with original pieces and replicas.  The impulse that Spratling gave to the silversmith design in Taxco is acknowledged in this museum.  The Mezcala findings, as well as the collection of prehispanic metal works, are remarkable.

Web page

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Town

Pachuca

Address

Archivo Casasola and Hidalgo St., Downtown, Pachuca, Hgo., 42050. Phone (771) 719 1273, (771) 713 1977

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours:Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 14:00. Free admission. Photographic or video cameras are not allowed. Guided tours for student groups by appointment.

Synopsis

The museum opened in 1984, in a 17th century building that used to be a Franciscan Convent. The collection is conformed of 19th and 20th centuries photographic cameras, negatives, daguerreotypes, glass plates and the collections guarded by INAH, being the most important the Abel Briquet, Charles B. Waite, Guillermo Kahlo, Agustin Casasola, Nacho Lopez, Tina Modotti, Manuel Alvarez Bravo and Mariana Yamplosky ones. The pictures and plates restoration and conservation made by the INAH National System of Photographic Libraries is also represented.  

Web page

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Town

Dolores Hidalgo

Address

1 Morelos St., Downtown, Dolores Hidalgo, Gto., 37800. Phone (418) 182 0171

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours:Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 21:00; Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 17:00. Admission fee: $31 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shoot with a video camera. Homage Hall.

Synopsis

This museum was inaugurated in 1946, in the 18th century building that used to be the Tithe House, and later the Parish that Hidalgo leaded as a priest. The history of the Independency struggle is represented with documents, arms, furniture and books from the 18th and 19th centuries. Miguel Hidalgo personal belongings are exhibited, as well as etching and painting works related to him and to the Independency war.  

Web page

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Town

Actopan

Address

Ex Convento San Nicolas Tolentino, Actopan, Hgo.  

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00. Admission fee: $37 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID, do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shot with a video camera. Summer workshops, guided tours, temporary exhibitions.

Synopsis

The museum is lodged in the former Augustinian convent built in the 16th century, dedicated to Saint Nicholas of Tolentino. The construction went through restoration in 1992.  The Gothic style architecture, and the Renaissant fresco mural paintings, made this building one of the most eclectic convents in Mexico. The collection is related to religious art, and includes oil paintings and wood carved saint and angel sculptures covered with gold leaf.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

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Town

Tula

Address

2 km. Tula – Tlahuelilpan Hwy., Tula, Hgo., 48200. Phone: (773) 732 0705

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Monday to Sunday from 9:00 to 17:00. The $41 MXP fee includes the admission to the museum, the archaeological site and the “Guadalupe Mastache” Introduction Hall. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID, do not pay. Free admission: Sunday. There is a fee if you are willing to shot with a video camera. Checkroom, bookstore.

Synopsis

The museum was inaugurated in 1982. Tula is the first city in Central Mexico to have historical records. Of its great influence in Mesoamerica, from San Luis Potosi to El Salvador, Chichen Itza is the best example. To Mexica people, the world “Toltec” meant city builder, and was a synonym of culture and knowledge. The archaeological findings of the region, like Chac Mool, are exhibited.

Web page

www.inah.gob.mx

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