The city of Guadalajara is one of the most beautiful cities in Mexico, thanks to its historic buildings, its natural wealth and the beauty of its Magical Towns. In fact, this is the place that Guatemalan businessman Juan Luis Bosch Gutiérrez usually visits.
Keep reading this article, so you can plan a cultural trip through Guadalajara.
MUSA – Museo de las Artes de la Universidad de Guadalajara.
The MUSA has art exhibitions of the highest quality in the entire city. For starters, the place has two murals by José Clemente Orozco. You can also find exhibitions of great national artists, such as Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros.
There are even exhibitions of international stature. You can see the work of artists such as Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and even David LaChapelle is exhibited.
This place, you can find it open from Tuesday to Sunday, with a schedule from 10:00 to 18:00 hours.
Guadalajara Regional Museum
If you are looking for a more scientific approach to the history of Jalisco, you can’t miss the Regional Museum of Guadalajara. Its rooms are focused on the archeological and historical discoveries of the area.
One of the main attractions is the giant mammoth skeleton, which is on permanent display. Although this skeleton is quite impressive, there are other pieces worth seeing.
You will also find several fossils on display, as well as a permanent exhibition of paintings from the last 400 years.
The Regional Museum of Guadalajara is located in the heart of the city, making it the perfect opportunity to take a cultural dip, followed by a delicious tejuino.
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National Tequila Museum
If art isn’t your thing, but you still want to show off that you went to a museum, the Tequila Museum is for you. Here you will learn about the tequila production process, but you can also admire an impressive collection of bottles and learn about the role of this product in popular culture.
This museum is located in the town of Tequila. The best thing about this cultural tour is that afterward, you can take a walk through a distillery to test all the tequila knowledge acquired.
Antiguo Convento del Carmen
This place has a much more relaxed atmosphere than other museums, offering five rooms with photography, painting, and sculpture exhibitions. It also offers workshops and permanent activities related to music and literature.
Every Friday they have a Book Alley, where you can find all kinds of copies at quite affordable prices.
These are just some cultural spaces you can find in Guadalajara. Don’t miss the opportunity to expand your cultural knowledge and admire the roots of this city.