HISTORIC MUSEUM OF SANMIGUEL DE ALLENDE- The historic Museum of San Miguel de Allende, INAH, opened its doors once again to the public on the 4th April, 2009, after a long restoration project in view of the bicentenary of our independence.
IGNACIO RAMIREZ “EL NIGROMANTE” CULTURAL CENTER- (Hernández Macías Street) This building is part of the original contruction of the Convent of the Concepcionist nuns. It is currently a branch of the National Institute of Fine Arts from Mexico City. The place offers painting, engraving, silk screen printing, and piano classes, among others.
PUBLIC LIBRARY- (Insurgentes Street). This library offers a broad collection of books in both Spanish and English, and it is considered the second largest bilinguallibrary in Mexico.
SAINT MICHAEL ARCHANGEL PARISH CHURCH- The neogothic style facade was built in the early 18th century by the renowned master builder Mr. Zeferingo Gutiérrez; once inside, you cannot help but notice the image of the Archangel Michael or “Archangel San Miguel” in Spanish, patron saint of the city.
“EL CORREO” RESTAURANT- Mexican food, very famous chilaquiles with chicken (crispy tortilla in green or red sauce) eggs any style, and famous “totilla soup”.
CAÑADA DE LA VIRGEN-
This site of 16 hectares, consists of five monuments, of which the most important is the complex A or House of the 13 Heavens, the Complex B or House of Night longest and Complex D or House of the Wind.
Surrounded by great strength of natural ravines, pre-Hispanic site, part of the Otomi culture.