|Museo Grafico de la Revolucion Mexicana
Pancho Villa's former 50-room mansion traces the
dramatic life of this notorious bandit and revolutionary hero.
Palacio del Gobierno
Historic building that dates back to the 18th
century that traces the period from the Spanish Conquest to the
Centro Cultural Universitaria
Featuring fine antiques and art pieces, this
museum once served as headquarters to Pancho Villa.
Historic site where Padre Miguel Hidalgo, the
father of Mexican independence, was imprisoned by Spanish Royalists
before his execution.
Barranca del Cobre
Barranca del Cobre is a group of 20 canyons, and
all up four times larger than the Grand Canyon.
|El Fuerte del Divisadero
Fuerte Divisadero, is an attractive colonial town of , with
excellent views down into the 7544ft depths of Copper Canyon.
Creel, a base for hikers and the regional center
for the local Tarahumara people.
One of the Copper Canyon's and Chihuahua's most
famous sites is Basaseachic Falls is within Basaseachic National
Park, which covers a spectacular part of Candameņa Canyon.
Basaseachic Cascade is the second highest
waterfall in Mexico and the 28th in the world, with a drop of 246