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