Plan your visit

Hours

Tuesday to Sunday
from 10:00 to 19:00.

Available on the:

Guided Tours

Saturdays and sundays at 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Tourist last about 2 hours and are free of charge.

Tour 1

Starting at the Evolution Museum, it goes to the Cable Railway and includes a Cable Railway ride, Cuauhtémoc Stadium, the museums in La Constancia complex, the huge Estrella de Puebla observation Wheel and the Metropolitan Park.

Tour 2

Starting at the Museo Internacional del Barroco (International Museum of the Baroque), it continues to the Army and Air Force Museum, the Bubas Bridge Tunnels and the Evolution Museum.

The Baroque lives in
Puebla Travel

The best way to get there

Reserva Territorial Atlixcáyotl, 2501
Puebla, Puebla

In a car

  • CAPU: From the main bus terminal, take Boulevard Norte, Boulevard Atlixco, and Boulevard Municipio Libre; take the Atlixcáyotl road to the Museo Internacional del Barroco.
  • Centro Histórico: From the downtown historic center of the City of Puebla, take Avenida Juan de Palafox y Mendoza, Boulevard Héroes 5 de Mayo, go down to the Viaducto Manuel Espinosa Iglesias and 49 Poniente, go left on 11 Sur to Boulevard Municipio Libre, at Los Volcanes stay on Calle 35 Poniente toward La Noria; take the Atlixcáyotl road to the Museo Internacional del Barroco.
  • Terminal de Autobuses 4 poniente: From the 4 Poniente bus terminal, go west on 4 Poniente toward Boulevard Norte, take a left on Calle 25 Sur before crossing the diagonal road; drive on the Atlixcáyotl road to the Museo Internacional del Barroco.
  • Estrella de Puebla: From the Estrella de Puebla terminal, go east on Osa Mayor bound for Atlixcáyotl road, take Boulevard Municipio Libre to enter the Atlixcáyotl road to the Museo Internacional del Barroco.