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This small museum just behind the Hotel Posada de Hidalgo has some history of the region and about the Mayo indians. It is worth the small entry fee and also has good views down to the river and beyond.
High on El Fuerte’s hill, this Museum offers an array of photos, documents and artifacts of the community’s establishment and growth.
Like many of the buildings with rooms surrounding a central plaza, the museum sets aside space my era.
It also makes good use of...More
This "museo" was originally a fort and the source of the towns name. A good stop to see and read some of the history of the area. Price is 10 pesos (at the time of the trip that was $0.50 USD).
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Granted, I'm not much of a history buff, so take this review for what it's worth. The museum is still being built out but had some interesting pictures and artifacts around Pancho Villa and local history. It's nice to be up on top of the...More
Climb the small hill to visit the Museuo Fuerte Mirador. Only 10 pesos entrance fee, and the opening hours are very extensive. While we were visiting, about half the museum was closed for renovations, but we enjoyed reading about the petroglyphs in the area and...More