Museums and Heritage

The Museum of the Californias occupies an area of ​​2,200 m², is located in the central building of the Tijuana Cultural Center, was inaugurated on February 24, 2000 by the then President of Mexico, Ernesto Zedillo…

Tijuana Wax Museum– Museum that exhibits a permanent collection of 80 pieces of famous characters from Mexico’s history, literature, cinema and the artistic world, including Ramón Ayala, Pedro Infante…

The Tijuana Cultural Center is a cultural center in the Zona Río district of Tijuana, Mexico. The center opened 20 October 1982, and accommodates more than a million visitors per year.

The Trompo, Tijuana Interactive Museum, is a place where the mind of our youth finds the inspiration to discover a world of superior learning that benefits humanity.

La casa de la Mona, is a house built and lived in by a local Tijuana artist , Armando Muñoz García. Garcia raised the 18 ton structure to commemorate the city’s spirit on its centenary and modeled it after his sweetheart.