Northeast of Parque Central, the leafy Parque Madero is a wide swath of greenery in a city mostly covered in concrete. It's home to the Museo Regional de Chiapas. One room focusing on archaeology has an excellent display of pre-Columbian pottery, while the other on history takes over after the arrival of the Spanish. A standout is an octagonal painting of the Virgin Mary dating from the 17th century. Sadly, all the captions are in Spanish.
Calzado Hombres Illustres 350, , at Calle 11a Oriente, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, 29000, Mexico