Guadalajara Sights

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Museo Huichol Wixarica de Zapopan

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The Huichol Indians of northern Jalisco and neighboring states of Zacatecas and Nayarit are famed for their fierce independence and exquisite...

Museo Regional de Guadalajara

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Constructed as a seminary and public library in 1701, this has been the Guadalajara Regional Museum's home since 1918. First-floor galleries...

Museo Regional de la Cerámica

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The frequently changing exhibits at the Regional Museum of Ceramics are in the many rooms surrounding a central courtyard. Track the...

Museo de Arte de Zapopan

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Better known by its initials, MAZ, the large and modern Art Museum of Zapopan is Guadalajara's top contemporary-art gallery. The museum...

Museo de las Artes

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The University of Guadalajara's contemporary-art museum is in this exquisite early-20th-century building. The permanent collection includes...

Museo de los Abuelos

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The Museo de los Abuelos or Sauza Museum has memorabilia from the Sauza family, a tequila-making dynasty second only to the Cuervos.

Museo del Premio Nacional de la Cerámica Pantaleon Panduro

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The museum is named after Pantaleon Panduro, who's considered the father of modern ceramics in Jalisco. On display are prizewinning pieces...

Palacio de Gobierno

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The adobe structure of 1643 was replaced with this churrigueresque and neoclassical stone structure in the 18th century. Within are Jalisco...

Teatro Degollado

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Inaugurated in 1866, this magnificent theater was modeled after Milan's La Scala. The refurbished theater preserves its traditional red-and...

Templo Expiatorio

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The striking neo-Gothic Church of Atonement is Guadalajara's most breathtaking church. Modeled after Italy's Orvieto Cathedral, it has...

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