Cuauhnáhuac Regional Museum, Palacio de Cortés
Alberga el Museo Regional Cuauhnáhuac
The Real House and Goverment building from the Conquistador.Don´t miss the excellent Diego Rivera's Murals. Emiliano Zapata Reigns Here. Down town Cuernavaca`s zocalo is the Heart of the city, specially at night. Bars and touristic restaurants. Walk down Benito Juarez Ave. to Helados Virginia. Taste…
Also known as the Museo Cuauhnáhuac, this 16th century palace not only houses Pre-colombian artifacts from the area and takes one on a history tour of Morelos and Cuernavaca, but also showcases Diego Rivera's Mural of the Conquest.
Nice museum with great views inside. Its a good reference spot also. Small tour buses depart from in front of this Palace. There´s a silver and handcraft market right next to it.
Este es un sitio imprescindible de la ciudad, por su ubicación, la edificación misma y por su contenido
“One of the first built by Cortes, before they found the gold! Austere but inviting. You can even visit the crypt below.”
“Nice shopping mall. Department store Liverpool and other boutiques. Food court and several nice restaurants to eat.”
“For art lovers, this museum boasts the original Frida Kahlo self portrait with her pet monkey on her shoulder among other impressive works, including Diego Rivera's interpretation of Emilio Zapata.”
“This was started by the silver magnet Borda, then it became the weekend home of emperor Maximiliano and Carlota in the 1860´s. It´s a beautiful garden, man made pond or small lake with ducks and a museum. ”
“This sumptuous, authentic Mexican hacienda is located in the center of Cuernavaca, the “city of eternal spring.” In the exotic gardens, among the sculptures by Francisco Zúñiga and lush flowers, elegant peacocks strut about and blue parrots perch in the trees. The colonial suites, in their tiled-roof villas, are decorated with beautiful antiques and artworks, including paintings by José Luis Cuevas, Leonardo Nierman and Carlos Mérida. The cuisine goes from traditional Mexican to exquisite international dishes, you have to live the fine service and atmosphere; surrounded by marvelous gardens, exotic birds and an extensive art collection.”