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Top Things to do in Villahermosa

Located on the banks of the Río Grijalva in the Mexican state of Tabasco, Villahermosa is a bustling, modern city with a unique character and personality. Mia City Villahermosa is nestled in the heart of downtown, offering the perfect gateway to the city’s most popular attractions, activities and things to do. Below, we’ve put together a list of nearby landmarks to visit. For more recommendations on what to see during your visit, our front desk staff is at your service. 

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  • Main Square Distance:3Min

    The plaza, is a pleasant spot where locals got to chat go to listen to music at the weekend. It overlooks the Grijalva river and the boats that ferry to and fro across the river. There is a pedestrian bridge from the plaza to the opposite bank. From the viewing tower on bridge there are stunning vistas of the river.s del río.

    The plaza, is a pleasant spot where locals got to chat go to listen to music at the weekend. It overlooks the Grijalva river and the boats that ferry to and fro across the river. There is a pedestrian bridge from the plaza to the opposite bank. From the viewing tower on bridge there are stunning vistas of the river.s del río.

  • History Museum of Tabasco Distance:3Min

    One of the most beautiful buildings in Villahermosa, known as the "House of Tiles" is the Regional History Museum, set in the middle of the Zona Luz. On display are a variety of tiles imported from Barcelona, as well as objects representing the history of the state and the life of years gone by. In showcases two 18th century oil paintings, an anonymous one depicting St. Anthony of Padua, and other one showing "The Divine Visage".

    One of the most beautiful buildings in Villahermosa, known as the "House of Tiles" is the Regional History Museum, set in the middle of the Zona Luz. On display are a variety of tiles imported from Barcelona, as well as objects representing the history of the state and the life of years gone by. In showcases two 18th century oil paintings, an anonymous one depicting St. Anthony of Padua, and other one showing "The Divine Visage".

  • La Venta Museum Distance:5Min

    The most important of its kind in Tabasco, is a stunning combination of nature and archaeology. It is divided into two mains sections, one zoological, the other archaeological. The first houses native fauna, such as jaguars and crocodiles. The second display ancient Olmec monuments. There are 33 sculptures: altars, steal and colossal heads, carved from basalt and other volcanic rocks. Before beginning the tour of the monuments., visit the Hall of Archaeology with exhibitions on Olmec life.

    The most important of its kind in Tabasco, is a stunning combination of nature and archaeology. It is divided into two mains sections, one zoological, the other archaeological. The first houses native fauna, such as jaguars and crocodiles. The second display ancient Olmec monuments. There are 33 sculptures: altars, steal and colossal heads, carved from basalt and other volcanic rocks. Before beginning the tour of the monuments., visit the Hall of Archaeology with exhibitions on Olmec life.

  • Templo de la Concepcion Distance:5Min

    The idea of building the church arose in 1799, when a Spanish captain promised the inhabitants he would give them a Virgin of the Concepcion. As a result they built a hermitage to house the gift, which arrives a year later. The church was destroyed during the North American invasion of 1846, and rebuilt in 1859. The church was demolished again in 1925, during the religious persecutions, and reconstructed in 1945. It stands opposite the Palacio de Gobierno.

    The idea of building the church arose in 1799, when a Spanish captain promised the inhabitants he would give them a Virgin of the Concepcion. As a result they built a hermitage to house the gift, which arrives a year later. The church was destroyed during the North American invasion of 1846, and rebuilt in 1859. The church was demolished again in 1925, during the religious persecutions, and reconstructed in 1945. It stands opposite the Palacio de Gobierno.

Templo de la Concepcion

Distance: 5 Min

The idea of building the church arose in 1799, when a Spanish captain promised the inhabitants he would give them a Virgin of the Concepcion. As a result they built a hermitage to house the gift, which arrives a year later. The church was destroyed during the North American invasion of 1846, and rebuilt in 1859. The church was demolished again in 1925, during the religious persecutions, and reconstructed in 1945. It stands opposite the Palacio de Gobierno.

La Venta Museum

Distance: 5 Min

The most important of its kind in Tabasco, is a stunning combination of nature and archaeology. It is divided into two mains sections, one zoological, the other archaeological. The first houses native fauna, such as jaguars and crocodiles. The second display ancient Olmec monuments. There are 33 sculptures: altars, steal and colossal heads, carved from basalt and other volcanic rocks. Before beginning the tour of the monuments., visit the Hall of Archaeology with exhibitions on Olmec life.

History Museum of Tabasco

Distance: 3 Min

One of the most beautiful buildings in Villahermosa, known as the "House of Tiles" is the Regional History Museum, set in the middle of the Zona Luz. On display are a variety of tiles imported from Barcelona, as well as objects representing the history of the state and the life of years gone by. In showcases two 18th century oil paintings, an anonymous one depicting St. Anthony of Padua, and other one showing "The Divine Visage".

Main Square

Distance: 3 Min

The plaza, is a pleasant spot where locals got to chat go to listen to music at the weekend. It overlooks the Grijalva river and the boats that ferry to and fro across the river. There is a pedestrian bridge from the plaza to the opposite bank. From the viewing tower on bridge there are stunning vistas of the river.s del río.

Mia City Villahermosa

Paseo Usumacinta No. 139 Col. Guayabal, Villahermosa, Tabasco, México. C.P. 86090

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