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TOP SIGHTS IN PACHUCA

Casa de Artesanías Hidarte

The Crafts House is a place to acquire a wide range of crafts from Hidalgo. Among the most representative products are bells, textiles, clay, wood, obsidian, leatherwork, and more.

This space is managed by the State Secretariat of Social Development and its main objective is to promote local craftsmanship. Although it functions as a store, you don't necessarily have to buy anything to enjoy the colorful products from the state of Hidalgo.

Location

Benito Juárez s/n, frente a la Glorieta Insurgentes, Col. Periodistas, Pachuca, Hgo.

Casa del Conde Rule

This building was constructed in 1890 by the wealthy miner Francisco Rule. It is a beautiful example of Porfirian-era architecture. It is a two-story colonial building with a central courtyard. Two towers stand out on the facade, flanking the main entrance and another one on the north side that served as a surveillance point for the building.

The upper part of the building houses several stained glass windows, including one in the office of the Secretary-General of the Presidency, featuring a circular design with flowers and vegetal motifs, the initials "FR" (Francisco Rule) at the top, and the year 1869.

Since 1985, it has been the seat of the Municipal Presidency (City Hall).

Location

Plaza Pedro Ma. Anaya 1, Col. Centro, Pachuca, Hgo.

Hours

Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 15:00 hrs.

Edificio Bancomer

Formerly the Old Hidalgo Bank. This emblematic building is located in front of Independence Square.

It is a neoclassical building dating back to 1902, with architecture representative of the historic center. This building has a French-inspired architecture and was the residence of governors during the Porfirian era.

 

 

Location

Calle Plaza de la Independencia 114, Col. Centro, Pachuca, Hgo.

Mundo Futbol y Salón de la Fama (Soccer Hall of Fame)

It features four themed rooms and over 50 interactive exhibits. The exhibition combines play and learning to promote the practice of soccer. The exhibits offer physical activities, workshops, projections, and interactive audios and multimedia.

The Hall of Fame is a unique space in the world that recognizes players, coaches, and executives who have made a mark in soccer through annual inductions that allow them to enter this "hall of immortals."

Location

Av Ferrocarril Central, Zona Plateada, Pachuca de Soto, Hgo.

Hours

Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 17:45 hrs.

Parque David Ben Gurión

It is a beautiful park covering over 26 hectares.

This space houses the Gota de Plata Theater, the TuzoForum Convention Center, as well as the Interactive World Soccer and Hall of Fame, a hotel, and next to it, the Galerías Pachuca Shopping Center. The park highlights the Monumental Mosaic, a work created by Byron Gálvez, and it is considered the largest mosaic in the world. The park also hosts artistic and sporting events.

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Location

Zona Plateada, Pachuca, Hgo.

Reloj monumental (Monumental Clock)

The building was constructed with white quarry stone in a neoclassical style. It stands at a height of 40 meters and was inaugurated on September 15, 1910.

The tower consists of four levels and features four identical facades facing the four cardinal points.

Beautiful sculptures stand out at the front, measuring 3 meters in height, sculpted in Carrara marble, representing Independence (with the date 1810), Liberty (1821), the Constitution (1857), and the Reform (1859).   

Location

Plaza Independencia, Pachuca, Hgo.

3 Must See Attractions in Pachuca

Ex Convento de San Francisco

Archivo Histórico y Museo de Minería

Grutas de Xoxafi (Grotto)

“LA BELLA AIROSA” (THE BEAUTIFUL AIRY CITY)

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