Point of Interest
Casa de la Cultura de Morelia
With the Conservatorio de las Rosas, this is a pillar of Morelia’s cultural life. Housed in an old Carmelite monastery dating from the 17th century, it’s a blissful place to hang out and soak up the musical spirit of Mexico. The cute cafe near the entrance is a good staging post, or check the…
Edificio construido de cantera donde se presentan conciertos y exposiciones diversas...
La arquitectura en sí del lugar es muy bella. Para visitarse de día y si coincides con el Jazztival disfrutarás un buen concierto.
Edificio bello en el cual se imparten clases y presentan eventos de todo tipo.
“Founded in 1743, this is the oldest music conservatory in the Americas and remains something of an ‘old-school’ music college. In its Alhambra-esque courtyard, you can sit and seek romantic inspiration as the sound of trumpet blasts and guitar riffs emanates from the surrounding classrooms. There are free concerts on at 8pm Thursdays in the Sala Niños Cantores de Morelia.”
“This recently renovated cinema screens blockbusters in English with subtitles or dubbed Spanish.”
“This is a little plaza where you will be able to sit down at a coffee or bar and enjoy the nice weather. It is also a really cool place to just walk by and see. ”
“From the 8: 45 of the night, the illumination of the historical monuments is lived, being that of the Cathedral the most awaited that allows admiring it being the taste of the visitors and the locals. Every Saturday a light and sound show and pyrotechnics are offered, being a very special unforgettable event.”
“The candy museum is a must see. They have original tools and machinery, as well as a candy making demonstration on the museum tour. Very well explained. There is also a candy store with a large variety of sweets.”