Where to Go / What to Do in Tepic

The small and colorful City of Palm Trees preserves, as many other Mexican cities, the colonial central plaza with the most important historical buildings as Catedral de la Purísima Concepción, Palacio de Gobierno and Palacio Municipal located around the Plaza de Armas. Beautiful parks like Juan Escutia, Alameda and Loma are the ideal place for enjoying a sunny day surrounded by jacaranda, ash trees, pines and of course, palm trees.


MUSEO DE ANTROPOLOGÍA E HISTORIA
Regional Nayarit Museum located in an ancient XIX century mansion. Six halls permanently exhibit objects and information that analyze since prehistory the past of Nayarit. Additionally, the museum has halls and forums used for other cultural events like recitals, concerts and theater plays.
Av. México #91

MUSEO DE LOS 4 PUEBLOS
The four Indian groups, ancestors of Nayarit people are Huicholes, Coras, Tepehuanos and Mexicaneros. In this museum you will find information and objects of these Indian ethnic groups, with the goal of learning about the current Nayarit culture.
Hidalgo #60

MUSEO AMADO NERVO
The great Mexican poet Amado Nervo was born in Tepic, Nayarit; this construction is currently hosting the museum dedicated in his honor. Author of beautiful poems and famous novels like Perlas Negras, Los Jardines Interiores, Serenidad and Elevación.
Zacatecas #284

 

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