Discover the best top things to do in Leon, Mexico including Templo expiatorio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, Museo de Arte E Historia de Guanajuato, Arco Triunfal de la Calzada de los Heroes, Catedral Basilica de Leon, Centro Comercial Altacia, Teatro del Bicentenario, Zoologico Leon, Centro de Ciencias Explora, Zona Piel, Poliforum.
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5 based on 716 reviews
As with many churches in Mexico, the architecture is incredible. Unfortunately I didn't have time to go inside but I thoroughly enjoyed marveling at it from the outside both day and night.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
A bit light for the world traveler but locally informative. Open, airy and easy stroll thru some local history. Includes reproductions of many classical sculptures, at first out of context but increasingly intriguing as thousands of miles of travel are reduced to several steps.
4.5 based on 308 reviews
This is in the historic downtown district. A nice place to walk, a small row of local crafts such as handmade clothes, scarves, lotions, candies. A few nice bars with outside patios along this route. Can walk a few blocks between here and the Plaza Principal, to see the main sights of Leon. Worth seeing both If you are in this city!
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Mexico's most people are catholic, specially at geographic states at center of Mexican Republic, like Jalisco, Zacatecas, Queretaro and Guanajuato. You can enter to the building all days. You only need respect the ceremonies inside. The building was started at 1764, established Cathedral at 1866. The principal figure is "Madre Santísima de la Luz". Besides the beautiful interior you can know the Museum of Sacred Art. The pope Benedict XVI was in this building at March 25th, 2012.
4.5 based on 186 reviews
Although it has been open the public for some years now, there is always a part of Altacia under construction. Parking spots in the shade are not very many, other than that great parking. Good store variety and restaurants to choose. Usually there are expositions and/or shows at the mall, too.
5 based on 70 reviews
Teatro del Bicentenario is a performing arts theatre where the audience can enjoy different artistic expressions such as ballet, contemporary dance, Concerts, theatre, circus arts and opera. In fact, with the new and diverse types that the performing arts have acquired over the years, practically everything that can take place on a stage is suitable to be appreciated in this venue, which its artistic programming works as a great festival throughout the year. A premise governs the different aspects that here congregate, a profound care for the quality of the Performances and for surprising the audience every time the curtain rises.
4 based on 275 reviews
I love the zoo and if you love it too then Dont forget to pass by it's really big and you can se lots and lots of kind of species And theirs also a safari??
4.5 based on 58 reviews
The Explora Museum is an interactive science museum in Leon, Mexico loosely modeled after San Francisco's Exploratorium. It houses many children events and summer courses inside the Explora Park. The museum contains over 300 interactive attractions, as well as a 3D auditorium, Planetarium, Television studio, and vivarium. The museum opened in 1994.
4 based on 154 reviews
As others have said this is a very busy area with lots and lots of shops selling mostly the same kind of thing or mass produced and relatively low quality leather goods rather than anything handcrafted and/or high quality. I bough s leather jacket which was pretty cheap (less than £30) but it's functional rather than anything special. Worth a visit but don't expect to find anything special
5 based on 27 reviews
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