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What to Do in Morelia

  • Guadalupe Shrine, Morelia

    Guadalupe Shrine

    Go through the unique portal and discover the colorful and gold-plated interior of this beautiful Baroque church.

  • Government Palace in Michoacan, Morelia

    Government Palace in Michoacan

    When in the city center, take a walk around the mid 18th-century colonial building, the seat of the executive power of Michoacan state.

  • Plaza del Carmen, Morelia

    Plaza del Carmen

    A square surrounded with historical buildings on one side and trees and flowerbeds on the other. You can sit here for a while and relax.

  • Capuchinas Temple, Morelia

    Capuchinas Temple

    See an architectural gem – a unique Baroque temple, which was built in the 18th century and has a shape of a Latin cross.

  • Jose Maria Morelos Stadium, Morelia

    Jose Maria Morelos Stadium

    All football fans shouldn't forget to visit the 7th biggest football stadium in Mexico, where famous FIFA World Cup took place in 1986.

  • Janitzio Island, Morelia

    Janitzio Island

    Rent a boat and visit this unique island located in the lake. Climb up and see the famous statue as well as the beautiful views.

  • Aqueduct, Morelia


    This stone aqueduct from the end of the 18th century will charm you with its beautiful arches. A great place for a day or night stroll.

  • Former Convent of Saint Diego, Morelia

    Former Convent of Saint Diego

    The 18th-century baroque house which served as a convent, hospital and a boarding school. Nowadays, it is a part of Michoacana University.

  • Melchor Ocampo Square, Morelia

    Melchor Ocampo Square

    A square where you can sit and relax while having the spectacular view of historic buildings around. Notice the statue of Melchor Ocampo.

  • Fuente Las Tarascas, Morelia

    Fuente Las Tarascas

    The bronze replica of a beautiful fountain consisting of 4 Tarascas – women sculptures dating back to 1960s. It is a symbol of Morelia.

  • Conservatory of the Roses, Morelia

    Conservatory of the Roses

    Visit the first American conservatory founded in 1743 where you can hear its famous boys choir. Several art festivals are held here as well.

  • Morelia Sweets, Morelia

    Morelia Sweets

    A small museum in the old chocolate factory where you can witness the processes of sweets production. Taste some pralines and buy souvenirs.

  • Benito Juarez Zoological Park, Morelia

    Benito Juarez Zoological Park

    Visit a zoo with a small arboretum and have fun together with your kids when observing elephants, giraffes and hippos.

  • Natural History Museum, Morelia

    Natural History Museum

    The museum of natural sciences offers educational programs for visitors concerning the natural history, fossils, fauna and flora.

  • Planetarium in Morelia, Morelia

    Planetarium in Morelia

    A planetarium offering summer courses for children as well as various educational programs focusing on planetary astronomy.

  • Morelia Boys Choir, Morelia

    Morelia Boys Choir

    Are you a fan of classical or folk music? Then see a concert of this prestigious boys choir founded in 1944, comprising of 33 young singers.

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