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Museo Casa de Ignacio Allende

Colonial museum in San Miguel de Allende Mexico

Casa de Ignacio Allende is the birthplace of Ignacio Allende, one of Mexico’s great Independence heroes, and it now houses a historical museum. The “Museo Histórico de San Miguel de Allende” has a collection of weapons, documents and other objects that belonged to this independence war hero. Located at 1 Cuna de Allende Street, next to the Parroquia de San Miguel on the main plaza.

Museo Casa de Ignacio Allende

San Miguel Balnearios

Balnearios (water parks) near San Miguel – Guanajuato – Mexico

Sometimes you just need to have fun, relax and cool off so on the way back from Dolores Hidalgo we stopped at three water parks just a short distance from San Miguel. We saw a few others in the area but they either looked closed or of lesser quality.

The first coming into town, and most expensive, is La Gruta.

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Dolores Hidalgo and Atotonilco

Dolores Hidalgo
and Santuario Atotonilco, Guanajuato – Mexico

Dolores Hidalgo is the birth place of the Mexican revolution, Talavera pottery and crazy ice cream. Atotonilco was the second town in Miguel Hidalgo’s march toward independence.

We drove out the back way from San Miguel near San Miguel Viejo not quite sure how to find Atotonilco. It turns out it’s right off the Dolores Hidalgo highway but made a nice country

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Museo Casa de Ignacio Allende

Colonial museum in San Miguel de Allende Mexico

Casa de Ignacio Allende is the birthplace of Ignacio Allende, one of Mexico’s great Independence heroes, and it now houses a historical museum. The “Museo Histórico de San Miguel de Allende” has a collection of weapons, documents and other objects that belonged to this independence war hero. Located at 1 Cuna de Allende Street, next to the Parroquia de San Miguel on the main plaza.

Museo Casa de Ignacio Allende

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