The city of Aguascalientes has a plethora of local attractions and activities to choose from. This city, rich in history, is named after the thermal waters found in the region and fuses together modern city life with classical Mexican culture.
National San Marcos Fair
Celebrated in the city since 1604, it is one of the countries most famous festivals, hosted every year from mid-April to mid-May. Visitors can enjoy nightly bullfights, fireworks, exhibits, and shop for local and regional cultural artifacts.
Located in the Patio Domecq, this museum consists of several rooms displaying objects related to bullfighting.
Housed in a twentieth century building designed by architect Refugio Reyes Rivas, this museum exhibits works by artists from the state. Of particular interest are the paintings of Saturnino Herran recreating genre scenes of his time.
An interactive science museum for children located next to the hotel.
Dress Plaza is a large mall filled with textiles, clothing, and the famous embroidered openwork of Aguascalientes. The Juarez Market, also known as "the market for sandals," showcases a great selection of shoes, sandals, and leather goods.