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What to Do in 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.

  • La Alhondiga

    Make a stop at the Palace of Justice, which was once the town's wheat granary. Admire its original Baroque architecture.

  • 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.

  • Aqueduct

    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.

  • 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.

  • Guadalupe Shrine

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

  • Natural History Museum

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

  • 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.

  • Benito Juarez Zoological Park

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

  • Public Library

    A university library located in a 17th-century Baroque house, housing a valuable collection of old manuscripts and documents.

  • Weapons' Square

    Make a stop at this popular meeting spot where social and religious events such as festivals, parades and gatherings take place.

  • Callejon del Romance

    A narrow street full of flowers, where you can sit on a nearby fountain, read poems or chat with your darling. A popular lovers' place.

  • 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.

  • Ego

    Spend a night out at this popular disco club. Have a cocktail, enjoy the music and dance all night long.

  • Morelos House Museum

    A former house and a museum of Mexican revolutionist José María Morelos who was executed in 1815.

  • Morelia Orchid Museum

    Explore the place boasting a unique and colorful collection of more than 3000 species of orchids. What a beauty!

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