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Bicentennial Mexiquense Cultural Center

Texcoco

The Bicentennial Mexiquense Cultural Center has 17 hectares and 35 thousand sq. meters built with a huge range of facilities distributed in different ...

National Museum of Viceroyalty

Tepotzotlán

The former San Francisco Javier College houses the National Museum of Viceroyalty that belonged throughout the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth c...

Cultural and Recreational Center of Ecatepec

Ecatepec de Morelos

The Cultural and Recreational Center of Ecatepec is the ideal place to come closer and enjoy culture and arts. All the entries of the facility have be...

Felipe Villanueva Concert Hall

Toluca

Together with Elisa Carrillo Cabrera Concert Hall they are the venue for the Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico and the Youth Symphony Orchestr...

Casa del Constituyente Regional Cultural Center of Texcoco

Texcoco

The Regional Cultural Center of Texcoco is located in the only facility built in the 17th century by the Juninos in the downtown of the city. The cons...

Central Public State Library

Toluca

The Central Public Library of the State of Mexico was inaugurated on April 27th, 1987 and it is located at the Cultural Center of the State of Mexico,...

Leona Vicario Central Library of Toluca

Toluca

It was inaugurated on December 16, 1992 and open to the public in January 13, 1993.It is an institution that provides free services with the idea of g...

Felipe Santiago Gutiérrez Museum

Toluca

The Museum its located in a late 18th century and early 19th building, it offers a collection of 225 works in oil, watercolor and drawing, showing the...

Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon Regional Cultural Center of Ecatepec

Ecatepec de Morelos

The construction for what would be the Morelos School began in 1936 with common land funds and contributions of the Ministry of Public Education and t...

Museum of Modern Art of the State of Mexico

Toluca

This museum exhibits a great collection of Mexican paintings, especially from the 20th century and some pieces of late 19th century. The collection wa...

Museum of Anthropology and History of the State of Mexico

Toluca

It has more than 7000 pieces and it is divided into 4 halls: Introductory, Archaeological, Ethnographic and Historical. Its main axe is the work and p...

Museum of Popular Cultures of the State of Mexico

Toluca

This museum exhibits a huge sample of Popular Culture of the State of Mexico, emphasizing crafts, such as pottery, lapidary objects, wood and metal wo...

Bicentennial Towers Museum

Toluca

Through the display of multiple objects and the usage of different media, The Bicentennial Towers Museum wants to create a multi-sensory experience am...

Square of Martyrs, Toluca

Toluca

It is Toluca’s main square, also known as Town Square. It received its name in commemoration of the execution of 100 insurgent prisoners taken b...

Numismatic Museum of the State of Mexico

Toluca

Created in 1987, it is unique in its kind in Latin-American, it was established by the Government of the State of Mexico in order to present the evolu...

Conservatory of Music of the State of Mexico

Toluca

The Conservatory of Music of the State of Mexico (COMEM) was created in 1991 with the objective of educating music professionals with a high degree of...

Regional Cultural Center of Toluca

Toluca

The Cultural House of Toluca, precedent of the current Regional Cultural Center of Toluca of the Mexican Cultural Institute and it was created in 1985...

School of Graduate Studies Acatlán

Naucalpan de Juárez

36 years ago, the Escuela Nacional de Estudios Profesionales (ENEP) Acatlán opened its doors in the municipality of Naucalpan, State of Mexico,...

José María Velasco Museum

Toluca

Its purpose is to honor the memory and promote the work of the most known Mexican landscapist of the 19th century, José María Velasco. Located in a ...

Museum of Watercolor of the State of Mexico

Toluca

Its 12 areas include halls dedicated to native and adoptive watercolor artists from the State of Mexico, such as Pastor Velásquez, Vicente Mend...

Luis Nishizawa Workshop Museum

Toluca

This museum was created in 1992, as recognition to an outstanding artist, who has left an extensive plastic creation and also formed young artists dur...

Museum of Graphic Arts of the State of Mexico

Toluca

Since 1987 it is dedicated to graphic arts, it exhibits pieces from the 16th century until our days like wood engraving, lithography, engraving, print...

Autonomous University of Chapingo

Texcoco

The Autonomous University of Chapingo is a public Mexican institution with national and international leadership and recognition with high academic qu...

Cuatro Caminos Photo Museum

Naucalpan de Juárez

Cuatro Caminos Photo Museum is a project of Pedro Meyer Foundation. Its goal is not only to be an exhibition space, but a place of knowledge productio...

Benito Juárez Main Square, Metepec

Metepec

The main square, known as Parque Juárez is the urban heart of Metepec. Although it has not been located documents or drawings that give us cert...

Exempt Chapel

Toluca

It is located inside the Fray Andres de Castro Plaza, that worked since the 18th century as the sacristy of  the Franciscan Convent of Our Lady o...

Cosmovitral Botanic Garden of Toluca

Toluca

Located in the former Mercado 16 de Septiembre, it is formed by 71 modules that cover an area of 3,000 square meters with stained-glass, built with 75...

Morelos Theater Toluca

Toluca

The theater was designed by architects Guillermo Shillet, Azorín Poch, Gustavo Galco Carpio and engineer Carlos Visoso E. under the auspice of ...

Museum of Natural Science

Toluca

It is part of Matlazinca Recreative Park, located at the Calvario Mountain. It was inaugurated on March 2nd, 1971 in order to encourage the preservati...

Joaquín Arcadio Pagaza Museum

Valle de Bravo

It is part of the premises of the Joaquín Arcadio Pagaza Cultural Center. It is a building from the middle of the 18th century where the poet a...

Amecameca Municipal Park

Amecameca

Under the look of the Iztaccíhuatl and Popocatépetl volcanoes, this town was by indigenous tradition one of the most important ceremonia...

Museum of the Alfeñique, Toluca

Toluca

The Museum of the Alfeñique has five permanent exhibition rooms explaining the importance of the candy in our city in a journey across the gast...

Juárez Theater, El Oro

El Oro

This beautiful building has a neoclassic style, Moorish decoration and halls in carved wood. The façade of stone, the side walls and the interi...

Santa Mónica Hacienda Museum

Tlalnepantla de Baz

During Viceregal times, Santa Mónica Hacienda was a cereal producing center, a mill and wheat barn. On 1573 it was bought by the Convent of Sai...

Bicentennial Square

Valle de Bravo

This pleasant park is facing the municipal quay, and was created for the coexistence of the local population. It has children’s games, green are...

Convent of Saint Louis Bishop of Toulouse

Tlalmanalco

The complex was built between 1585 and 1591. It has a single nave with a polygonal head. The open chapel, has a trapezoidal plant that was left unfini...

González Arratia Square

Toluca

On Colonial times, the grounds that now occupies the González Arratia Square were the cemetery of the Franciscan convent of Our Lady of the Ass...

Juárez Square, San Martín de las Pirámides

San Martín de las Pirámides

San Martín de las Pirámides is the official name of the town, because the archaeological zone of Teotihuacan is located in its territory...

Sequoias Park

Jilotepec

Sequoias Park was inaugurated on March 27th, 2010, also known as Bicentennial Park. This space is important because it is a unique spot in Mexico, onl...

Metepec Theater

Metepec

The Metepec Theater was open to the public in 2014 as a new facility for art, shows, and culture. The lobby has a space to present plastic arts exh...

House of Morelos Ecatepec Community Center

Ecatepec de Morelos

From the pre-Hispanic era, this site has occupied a privileged place due to the fact that it was the control of entry to Mexico, through Villa of Guad...

Culture Secretariat of the State of Mexico

Zinacantepec

This Secretariat has as main guide to link the society with the rescue and preservation of traditions and artistic expressions that make up the cultur...

Museum of Fine Arts of the State of Mexico

Toluca

Created in 1945 by Mr. Isidro Fabela, State Governor during those years, this is the oldest museum in Toluca and it is part of the Convent of the Disc...

La Capilla Bicentenario Stadium

Valle de Bravo

The Capilla Bicentenario Stadium was inaugurated in 2006. It was remodeled in 2014 with new grass, underground watering system, offices, hot water and...

Jose Maria Gonzalez Arratia Square

Toluca

This public square is highly regarded as a socio-cultural space whose perspectives go towards the devolpment of artistic and cultural activities that ...

Mexiquense Cultural Center

Toluca

During 25 years it was the most important cultural project of the State of Mexico since its inauguration in 1987. It was built on a 16 ha ground, wher...

Saint John the Baptist Church, Metepec

Metepec

Saint John the Baptist became one of the most important convents of the region. On 1569 the Franciscan codex mentions the convent. It was from there t...

State of Mexico Tourism Secretariat

Toluca

Public office in charge of encouraging the promotion, investment, and development of tourism in the state, thus increasing the flux of visitors to the...

Valle de Bravo Pier Walkway

Valle de Bravo

Valle de Bravo Pier Walkway, a meeting point of artistic expressions and cultural traditions.

Museum of Clay

Metepec

The museum harbors a collection of over three thousand pieces awarded during 35 years of national contests, most of them created by craftsmen from Met...

Autonomous University of the State of Mexico

Toluca

The Autonomous University of the State of Mexico is committed to a mission that dates back to its origins and that renews in the essential, without de...

Tree of Life Artisanal Exhibition and Sale Center, Metepec

Metepec

In order to create an appropriate space for the promotion of the talent of the potters of the municipality of Metepec, the promotion of culture and th...

La Escalera Balcony

Toluca

Balcony of the restaurant-bar "La Escalera" located in the Constitution Passage in the historical Downtown

Hidalgo Pedestrian Passage

Toluca

Located in Hidalgo street between Juarez and Nicolas Bravo streets this passage is closed for cars on weekends. There are malls, shop and cafes on bot...

House of Culture of Cacalomacan

Toluca

The Municipal House of Culture is dedicated to promote and encourage  cultural and artistic activities; here, take place self-sustainable worksho...

Historical Archive of Toluca

Toluca

With the idea of preserving historical documents of the city of Toluca, that after 30 years and a documentary selection process are transferred to the...

Bicentennial City Theater, Naucalpan

Naucalpan de Juárez

The theater attached to the building of the Municipal Presidency of Naucalpan is named "Bicentennial City Theatre". That property was ina...

Temple and Former Convent of San Agustín Acolman

Acolman

It is a national monument, declared in 1933, which is located on a pre-Hispanic base. Built by the Order of Saint Augustine from 1539, the architectur...

Civic Square of Santa María Jajalpa Municipality

Tenango del Valle

The name of Tenango comes from Teotenanco or Teutenanco; the Aztecs called it Teotenango or Teutenango during the Colony; after of the 16th century it...

School of Sciences and Humanities, Naucalpan

Naucalpan de Juárez

The Naucalpan branch is education authority at a high school level that provides quality teaching so that the students have humanistic and cultural th...

Preparatory School No. 271

Amecameca

The public educational center Preparatory School. 271 offers the service in general high school and it is located in a rural environment in San Antoni...

Tejupilco Main Esplanade

Tejupilco

Main esplanade facing the City Hall.

Juan Monroy Pérez Municipal Auditorium

Atlacomulco

This space is named after Public Accountant Juan Monroy Pérez, manager and performer of great works in Atlacomulco.

Time and Space Cultural Forum Thaay

Lerma

A Neoclassical style building with contemporary elements, it has a façade with a triangular gable, and the coat of the municipality in the midd...

Las Américas Regional Center of Culture, Arts and Sports

Ecatepec de Morelos

This is the first public space in the state with capacity to hold more than 5,000 persons, it has almost 10,000 sq. meters that houses an outdoor thea...

Municipal Theater of Tenango del Valle

Tenango del Valle

The construction of the Main Theater began in 1924 with a design of architect Manuel Gorbea. After three years of hard work from the foundations, asse...

San Miguel Sports Complex

Chiconcuac

Dependent from the Municipal institute of Physical Culture and Sports of Chiconcuac, State of Mexico, emerges this space for sports, it has a multipur...

Teotihuacán

Teotihuacán

Teotihuacán is considered the first urban settlement of Mesoamerica, with a highly stratified society. The commercial and political links of th...

Constitution Passage

Toluca

A passage with green areas and outdoor diner located next to the arcade of Toluca. It is a space frequently visited by the locals since it has shops a...

Acoustic Shell, Toluca

Toluca

This space was created especially for music performances, it has a semitransparent polycarbonate ceiling, an architectonic metalic shell as a stage wi...

Courtyard of the Municipal Palace of Toluca

Toluca

Entrance courtyard of the Municipal Palace of Toluca that given its area is perfect for cultural activities.

House of Culture of Chimalhuacan

Chimalhuacán

The cultural house was inaugurated on January 3, 1986 located at the municipal township. The façade has a four story fountain made of pink granite th...

Mr. Isidro Fabela Alfaro Museum – Atlacomulco

Atlacomulco

This museum pretends to rescue and preserve works that integrate a cultural complex in homage to Mr. Isidro Fabela. The collection is housed in a buil...

Prehispanic City of Teotihuacan

Teotihuacán

State of Mexico Category: Archaeological site Cultural criteria: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (vi)

Santa Cecilia Acatitla

Tlalnepantla de Baz

The site was related to Tenayuca on its early stages, although later on it was under the influence of The Triple Alliance. A Chac Mool sculpture was f...

Calixtlahuaca

Toluca

The region where the site is located was inhabited by local groups since the Preclassic Period. According to mythological tradition a Chichimeca group...

El Conde

Naucalpan de Juárez

One of the last examples of the civilian architecture of the Late Postclassic Period is preserved in the site. According to the Archeologist Raú...

Huexotla

Texcoco

The site still preserves a wall, considered the only construction of this kind known from the Late Postclassic Period in the Central High Plateau of M...

Los Melones

Texcoco

It is one of the few sites with architectonic evidence of the Alcohua cultural tradition. It seems that the region known as Acolhuacan was conformed b...

Los Reyes

La Paz

According to the archeological record three constructive stages have been identified in the site corresponding to the Early, Middle, and Late Postclas...

Tlapacoya

Ixtapaluca

The site is characterized by the evidence of occupation from very early stages, although its most important period is dated towards the Late Preclassi...

Acozac

This site was built during the period known as Aztec I, even though its occupation was continuous until the arrival of the Spanish in 1521; it has rec...

Chimalhuacán

Chimalhuacán

The archaeological remains of this site were part of a palace built by the Chichimeca people on the year 1300 CE; the Técpan located in the sit...

Malinalco

This site was conquered by the Mexica near the 1476 CE and had great significance within the route of trade for the region of Tepecoacuilco and the Tl...

Ocoyoacac

The site corresponds to the Classic Horizon of the Central High Plateau; it was possibly inhabited by immigrants from Teotihuacan dedicated to agricul...

Teotenango

It was founded by the group known as Teotenancas near the 650 CE; later, the Matlatzincas conquered the city and expanded it, prevailing for more than...

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