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Tampico Miramar has that classic taste (feel) that invites to rest. In order to get to know the key points in our zone there’s nothing like riding the Trolley replica of the beginning of the century which tours the streets of Tampico in a route full of interesting sights and places to photograph.
Telephone number: 833 3052686
Monday-Saturday 12:00 a 18:00 hrs
Holydays and vacation: 10:00 a 18:00 h

 
   
 
 

Las Flores Pyramid or Cué built between the years 1000 and 1250 AC by the huastecos in an area that surrounds the Chairel Lagoon, is a small hill of 20 feet high and 118 feet of base.

It can be accessed by the Hidalgo Avenue, going up by the Azahar street until the Chairel Avenue.
Address: Chairel Av, Las Flores neighborhood, Tampico, Tamps.
Opening hours: 10:00 to 17:00 h.
Free entrance

Our museum heritage in Tampico-Miramar gathers the following precincts that constitute a singular instrument of exchange of knowledge and enjoy our artistic, historical and archeological heritage.

 
 
 

The Huasteca Culture Museum is located inside the Metropolitan Cultural Space Complex, where 700 parts of this ethnic goup are sheltered, some dating from the sixth century BC. . Entrance fee:
Address: Blvd. Adolfo Lopez Mateos s/n Col. Obrera Tampico, Tamps.
Opening hours are from 10:00 to 17:45 h Tuesday-Sunday
$55.00 MX adult

 
 

The Historic Customs Building of Tampico, houses on the ground floor the Museum of Tampico’s Victory in 1829, protecting one of the original canons used in the battles that consolidated our independence from Spain, as well as objects such as the Cruz of Tampico (award given to the heroes of historic battle),paintings, original documents, and memorial flags.
Address: Edificio Histórico de la Aduana Tampico, Tamps.
Opening hours are from 10:00 to 17:00 h Tuesday –Sunday.
Entrance fee: $10.00 general

 
 
 

The Jorge Yapur Museum Hall was inaugurated on April 18th, 2015 and it´s located inside the Casa de la Cultura de Tampico. Fourteen paintings and 23 sculptures of the most representative collection of the recognized Jorge Yapur, creator of the Huastequismo are displayed. These pieces were given as a bailment to the Municipal Government of Tampico 2013-2016, by the Yapur Mariscal Family, headed by Mrs. Alicia Mariscal Yapur, in order to share part of the legacy of the master of plastic art, through the permanent exposition of his work.

Monday to Saturday 10 a 6 pm

 
 

Built in 1936 the railway station opened its doors to visitors with an exhibition of pieces of the rail industry. In this room the anecdote of the 1955 Hilda Cyclone when Tampico suffered its most serious flooding and water covered the station at a height of 16.75 feet stands out. Visitors can enter the platform that received the train of Monterrey, San Luis and the Joint Magozal.
Address: Aduana and Héroes de Nacozari street, Zona centro Tampico, Tamps.
Opening Hours: 10:00 to 17:00 h Monday-Sunday.

The temporary exposition gallery of the Espacio Cultural Metropolitano and its lobby exhibit collections throughout the year. Don’t forget to visit this unique space in the whole region. Information: (833) 126-0871, 126-0888 y 126-0732 al 34.

In Ciudad Madero, the Centro Cultural Bicentenario temporarily hosts interesting expos, we invite you to take a tour through these spaces where you will discover a great cultural richness which is worth sharing.

 
     
 

 
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