If you’re planning a road trip around Mexico, Monterrey is one of the cities that you shouldn’t miss for the world. It has something in store for everyone, including passionate museum dwellers, and here are three spots you should check out if you’re one of them.
Museum of Contemporary Art
If you’re an art lover visiting Monterrey, this should be the first place on your travel itinerary. The Museum of Contemporary Art features 11 gallery halls dedicated to showcasing regional and international contemporary artists, and there’s an impressive sculpture garden on its premises.
Mexican History Museum
The best place to explore the history of Mexico while in Monterrey, this museum is truly impressive inside and out. It features around 1,200 pieces that illustrate different aspects of life in Mexico from pre-Hispanic times to the 20th century, with a special focus on northern Mexico.
Museo del Acero Horno 3
One of Monterrey’s most popular interactive museums is located inside Fundidora Park, and it comes with a pretty unexpected theme. It was built inside a formerly abandoned blast furnace, and it celebrates the region’s industrial history, with a special focus on steel.