MUSEO REGIONAL DE NUEVO LEON EL OBISPADO
MUSEO REGIONAL DE NUEVO LEON EL OBISPADO

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Mexico City

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Central Mexico

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Southern Mexico

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Museo Regional de Nuevo León, El Obispado (Regional Museum)

The museum is housed in one of the main architectural and historical buildings in the city of Monterrey, which was constructed in 1787. Its main facade is made of carved stone in a Churrigueresque style.

Inside, the museum is divided into 10 rooms with a vast collection of three thousand original pieces, presenting a wide-ranging historical heritage in chronological order, recounting important events of the state and the region.

In its rooms, you can explore:

The Oratory, located in what was the bishop's domestic chapel, with important colonial-era oil paintings.

The First Settlers, exhibiting petroglyphs and remnants of the region's natives.

Viceroyalty, offering a series of objects from this period related to topics such as mining, livestock, and daily life.

Evangelization, showcasing religious objects from the colonial era, including images, a baptismal font, and a stone carving of Saint Dominic, among others.

Independence, this room features paintings and personal belongings of some of the protagonists of the movement, such as Fray Servando Teresa de Mier and Santiago de Villareal, among others.

Defense of Sovereignty, discussing the North American invasion and the French intervention.

Our Leaders, dedicated to important figures of the 19th century, such as Francisco Naranjo and Jerónimo Treviño.

Porfiriato, exhibiting various objects from that era.

Industrial Development, focusing on the establishment of Cervecería Cuauhtémoc and Aceros Monterrey, among other important companies in Monterrey.

El Obispado, the room displaying religious garments and oil paintings.

The exhibition highlights include an oratory dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, created in 1783, bayonet rifles used to execute Maximilian of Austria, and the carriage used by Porfirio Díaz during a visit to Monterrey, among others.

Museo Regional de Nuevo León, El Obispado (Regional Museum)

Location

Rafael José Verger s/n, Col. Obispado, Monterrey, N.L.

Hours

Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00 hrs.

INDUSTRIAL CITY WITH VIBRANT ENERGY AND FULL OF CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS

 

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