Tijuana Cultural Center
Here you can learn about our local history, very neat place to visit. There’s also an IMAX dome theater. This place is a must when visiting!!!
Unique place in Mexico. Definitely worth a visit if you want to know about Baja California history (Museo de las californias) watch an IMAX movie, appreciate some cool art from local artists, or just take some awesome pictures with la bola (The ball)
Tijuana Cultural Center has a Theatre, Imax, Art galleries, restaurant and different exhibitions year round.
“Best plaza in Tijuana for doing pretty much everything , movies , restaurants , shopping stores ”
Arts & Crafts Store
“Hidden, covered alley walkway in Tijuana with coffee shops, gems and oddities, local art, music, and boutique clothing. See if you can find it!”
“Take the kids out and enjoy a day in the sun! This is the biggest park there is in Tijuana that has a Mini Zoo and Mini Fair combined! Did I mention it's free entrance and all you have to pay for is parking. Lots of vendors and food to buy. As well as arts and crafts stations.”
“Restaurants; Starbucks; Bars; Movie Theater; specialty shops; Walmart; & Oh! Zone Kids with arcade, rollerskating ring and Bowling.”
“Revolution Avenue, known to locals as "La Revu," is Tijuana's main tourist drag, and is within walking distance of the U.S. border crossing. If you want to do the stereotypical tourist thing, buy a big sombrero and have your photo taken with a donkey that has zebra stripes painted on it, this is the place for it. But after that, you should take the opportunity to discover some of the shops, restaurants and galleries that you'll also find along this strip. There's more than just t-shirts, postcards, and drug stores selling cheap medicine. You'll also find silver jewelry, quality handicrafts from around the country, and boutique shops selling all manner of luxury items.”