ATTRACTIONS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF CASA FELIPE FLORES
|Cultural Center Museum of Chiapas Highlands with a world class textile exhibit|
|Santo Domingo Church, built between 1547 and 1560, one of the largest in Mexico. The façade is an example of typical Mexican Baroque.|
|Indigenous artisan market, located on the grounds of Santo Domingo Church. Open every day.|
|The most fascinating central market in Mexico|
| Sergio Castro Museum of Regional Clothing
A very interesting presentation of typical regional clothing worn in Chiapas indigenous villages by a man considered a hero for his free treatment of burns and for raising funds to build schools and potable water systems
| Maya Medicine Museum
Learn about traditional beliefs and practices with regard to healing and medicine.
| The House of Na Bolom
A museum, library and resource center for learning about the villages of the Highlands of Chiapas and in particular the ethnic Lacondons, now nearly extinct. Housed in hacienda built in 1891 and acquired by archeologist Frans Blom and photographer Gertrude Duby Blom in 1951.
STILL IN SAN CRISTOBAL WITH ONLY A 10 MINUTE TAXI RIDE
| Orquídeas Moxviquil.
Established in 1994 to rescue and preserve the flora of Chiapas, located in theMoxviquil Reserve Currently the database has a collection of 5,800 specimens whichincludes 600 species of Chiapas orchids, cacti, bromeliads, ferns and other flora.
| Hermosillo Museum of “Art of Metal”
Displays works of exceptional quality by the hand of the master, Guadalupe Hermosillo, taking one through the history and development of Metalisteria beginning in 1548 and to this day playing an important role in the culture of Mexico.Interview with Guadalupe Hermosillo: http://youtu.be/lfKLAGNC0o0
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