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The museum is very complete and interesting. It has a very good collection of prehispanic stuff and even some samples of the local prehispanic languages that still exist today in the state. Definitely a must.
Very much worth a visit, this museum tells the story of Queretaro and the area from pre-hispanic times through the Spanish Conquest, the fight for Mexican Independence and the Mexican Revolution and all within a building with exquisite architecture.
The museum is not so much interesting for its artefacts, but it is situated in a beautiful building which certainly deserves a visit. Luckily, all the main buildings and churches in Queretaro are within short distance and you can at a pinch see most attractions...More
Decided to go because it was next to the church and expected a dreary municipal self-promotion of trick - just how wrong would we be! Do go! The displays are well structured with a clearly marked route, showing key aspects of Queretaro throughout history and...More
A beautiful building which feeds the soul, ex Franciscan convent with 2 patios which you can endulge in. Cabrera painting worth seeing if you can withstand the dark spaces where they are hung since you can hardly see them. Pay attention to the building details...More
Beautiful building. Some crazy modern exibits, lots of heavy religious paintings and an interesting mixture of more modern artists. Donations accepted in a glass box and photos allowed for a small fee of 15 pesos.