There’s this bus that goes around the city of Chihuahua, called the Trolley el Tarahumara, that takes tourists and travelers around the city, showing them museums, monuments and all the places where a traveler might find his heart. The point in making here is not about the bus or the name 0f that bus, this little episode tells you that if a city could need the services of a bus to show tourists what’s around, it must be full of tourist attractions, and in fact, Chihuahua is. More so, if you are a history lover. Those in need of a good dose of history signs in the modern world, need look no further. Chihuahua is here for them.
First things first. a visit to Chihuahua would be grossly incomplete if you dont happen to visit the appropriately named Mammoth Museum, at Ave. Juarez. It is the city’s largest museum and has as much as 13 halls filled to the brim and indexed to the last detail with everything historic and prehistoric. Dinosaurs, arts, people, evolution, in fact, everything related to the life on earth has been faithfully documented. But this is just the beginning. You would then want to visit the Seed Centre Museum of Science and Technology, the Museum of Republican Loyalty many others that would satiate your thirst for history.
The city also sports other attractions worth watching, like the famous Murals, the Government Palace, the City Hall, the Archdiocese and the Quinta Gameros. This however, is just a small list of things worth seeing in Chihuahua. The complete splendor is only experienced through the first hand visit. Take our recommendation. After you have gone through the historic parts and satisfied your appetite with monuments, watch a game of the local Dorados de Chihuahua, the city’s representative in the Mexican league. Bullfighting is the other option. Just remember that you are not gonna sit idle here..