116 Venustiano Carranza St., Downtown, Aguascalientes, Ags., 20000. Phone (449) 916 5228/ (449) 916 5201

Admittance and Services

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 19:00. Admission fee $37 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a $30 MXP fee if you are willing to shoot with a videocamera. Temporary exhibitions, Museum miniguide, guided tours, educational workshops, summer courses and student advisory.


Opening as  Aguascalientes Regional Museum of History  in 1988, the former dwelling house was built by architect Refugio Reyes Rivas on the early 20th Century.  The journey through the history of Aguascalientes begins with the first settlers, and goes on through the precolumbian cultures, the Viceroyal period, the 19h century, the Revolution of 1910 and modern Aguascalientes. The collection includes Colonial pieces, as well as historical, religious and contemporary objects, such as lithographies and domestic items. The palenthological materials are remarkable.

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