San Miguel de Allende and the Heartland Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in San Miguel de Allende and the Heartland - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Morelia 12

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Santuario de Mariposas el Rosario 1

Guanajuato 12

Zacatecas 10

San Miguel de Allende 10

Pátzcuaro 9

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Santa Clara del Cobre 1

Querétaro 7

Dolores Hidalgo 3

Tequisquiapan 2

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Fuente de Neptuno

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Renowned Mexican architect and Bajío native Eduardo Tresguerras built this fountain in an orchard of the San Antonio monastery in 1797.

Jardín de la Corregidora

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This plaza is prominently marked by a statue of its namesake and War of Independence heroine—Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez. Behind the...

Museo Regional de Querétaro

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This elegant 17th-century Franciscan monastery displays pre-Hispanic and indigenous artifacts from cultures of the region plus rooms...

Museo de Arte de Querétaro

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Focusing on European and Mexican artworks, this baroque 18th-century Augustinian monastery-turned-museum exhibits paintings from the...

Palacio del Gobierno del Estado

  • Government Building

Dubbed La Casa de la Corregidora, this building now houses the municipal government offices, but in 1810 it was home to Querétaro's...

Plaza de la Independencia

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Also known as Plaza de Armas, this immaculate square is bordered by carefully restored colonial mansions and is especially lovely at...

Templo de Santa Rosa de Viterbo

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This former convent, constructed from 1727 to 1752 and attributed to the Queretano Don Ignacio Mariano de las Casas, is noteworthy for...

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