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Things to Do Juarez, Mexico

Cathedral
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. 16 de Septiembre
Juarez, Mexico

The Cathedral was dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, patron of the cities, and has been seat for the Bishop of the Diocese since 1957. Begun in 1941-45, it was rebuilt between 1975 and 1977 after it was destroyed by fire. The original façade and 100 ft. towers remain. The rest of the building…

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Centro Recreativo Dunas
Photography by Visita Juarez
Kilometro 324 de la carretera Juarez-Chihuahua
Juarez, Mexico

This recreation center offers great entertainment along with its very own restaurant, “Bagre Vaquero.” Here visitors can fish their dinner and have it cooked to their liking. Enjoy swimming pools, family friendly recreation areas and private cabins.

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Dunes Samalayuca
Photography by Visita Juarez
Carretera Chihuahua Miguel Ahumada (HWY 45)
Juarez, Mexico

This sea of sand is located 50 kilometers south of Juarez. The best known portion of the Samalayuca Dune Fields lie in and around the village of Samalayuca. These dune fields are the most noticeable because they lie across the much traveled north-south route between Chihuahua City and El Paso del…

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La Rodadora "The Tumbleweed"  Museo Interactivo
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. Jesús Soltero & Blvd. Teófilo Borunda
Juarez, Chihuahua
(656) 257-0909

The Tumbleweed Interactive Space located in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, is one of the largest museums in Latin America; with over 120 interactive exhibits playful and combines science, technology, art and culture in one place, making it a unique and different. La Tumbleweed has 60% of its e…

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Misión de Guadalupe
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. 16 de Septiembre y Vicente Guerrero
Juarez, Mexico

This was the first temple in the area, which still stands, and was built by the order of the Franciscans who began to evangelize the natives. On December 8, 1659 Fray Garcia de San Francisco founded the Mission of Our Lady of Guadalupe of the Paso del Norte. The place came to take importance sinc…

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Monumento a Benito Juarez
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. Vicente Guerrero
Juarez, Mexico

Built in 1909, this monument is dedicated to the great Father of the Americas when then President Porfirio Diaz placed the first stone. One year later on September 16 just before the start of the revolution.

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Museo Historico de Ciudad Juarez
Photography by Zona Turistica
Av. 16 de Septiembre
Juarez, Mexico

Housed in the Old Customs House (Aduana Fronteriza), the Juárez City History Museum features permanent exhibits about the different periods of Mexican History, with emphasis on the Colonial period, the Porfiriato and the Mexican Revolution. Temporary exhibits cover a wide range of subjects, not l…

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Museo de Arquelogia El Chamizal
Photography by Visita Juarez
Carlos Pellicer, No 1 Interior, Parque El Chamizal
Next to the Bridge of the Americas/Cordova Bridge in Ciudad Juárez
Juarez, Mexico

Mexico’s Chamizal Museum features the Cultures of the North Room with authentic artifacts from pre-Columbian Casas Grandes and a gallery with paintings and sculpture from well-known local and international artists.

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Museo de Arte e Historia del INBA De Ciudad Juarez
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. Abraham Lincoln y calle Coyoacan, Zona Pronaf Condominio La Plata
Zona Pronaf

The Juárez Museum of Art of the National Institute of Fine Arts, features Mexican art from different periods by local and internationally known artists.

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Museo de San Agustin
Photography by Hotel Palacio de San Agustin
Carretera Juazez Porvenir km 29
Juarez, Mexico
646-569-60-75

Founded in 1982, this museum is home to historic fossils used by indigenous tribes.

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Parque Borunda
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. 16 de Septiembre
Juarez, Mexico
656-565-1493

This park is one of the most popular attractions in Juarez. Visitors enjoy rides, mechanical games, and typical carnival food.

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Parque Extremo Trepachanga
Photography by Parque Ecoturístico Trepachanga
Vista los Ojitos y Camino Real
Juarez, Mexico
(52) 81 1234-4123

Explore several hanging bridges, four paintball fields, archery, rock climbing, rappelling, a botanical garden, camping areas, and so much more.

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Parque X-tremo
Photography by Parque X-tremo
Av. Plutarco Elias Calles
Juarez, Mexico
656-705-3353

This location will certainly attract those interested in extreme sports. Visitors can participate in a variety of sports such as BMX, skateboarding, rollerskating, rappelling, and more.

Petrograbados y Jardín Botánico
Photography by Mexico Desconocido Chihuahua
Carretera Juarez-Chihuahua
Juarez, Mexico
656-616-16-88

This mystical zone of petroglyps is situated in the Sierra de Samalayuca and dates back 1500 years. Visitors will experience native flora and fauna from March-November.

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Plaza de Armas
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. 16 de Septiembre
In front of the Cathedral
Juarez, Mexico

A symbolic location where the Mexican army presented its defense weapons.

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Plaza de la Mexicanidad
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. Heroico Colegio Militar y Av. Plutarco Elias Calles
Juarez, Mexico

Sebastian x is the symbol of change and commitment to the truth that led the life of the Father of the Americas. It also commemorates the struggle and determination to move forward.

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El Herradero De Los Soto
Photography by El Herradero De Los Soto
Hnos. Escobar #2350
Juarez, Mexico
656-267-13-53

This restaurant is certainly for meat lovers! Enjoy great Mexican cuts of beer, roast beef tacos, and more.

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Frida's
Photography by Lonely Planet
Ave. Paseo Triunfo de la Republica #2525
Juarez, Mexico
299-46-50

Frida’s interior will delight any visitors. Combined with its unique decor and excellent traditional Mexican food, Frida’s is a must see when in Juarez.

Hacienda Montana Cantina y Restaurante
Photography by Hacienda Montana Cantina y Restaurante
Blvd. Gomez Morin #7855
Juarez, Mexico
251-06-06

At Hacienda Montana visitors experience a combination of elegance and tradition, creating a unique and welcoming atmosphere. They specialize in serving up some of the area’s best cuts of beef.

Maria Chuchena
Photography by Maria Chuchena
Blvd. Tomas Fernandez #781801
Juarez, Mexico
+52 656 251 5346

MariaChuchena is a restaurant whose concept of haute cuisine combines the colors, aromas and flavors of our Mexico, recovering old recipes with contemporary adaptations within a built environment that highlights the roots of Mexican culture.

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Mariscos De Mazatlan
Photography by Mariscos De Mazatlan
Ejercito Nacional y Lopez Mateos
Juarez, Mexico
613-06-00

Mariscos De Mazatlan will impress visitors with its great seafood selection and breakfast or lunch buffet.

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Shangri-La
Ave. Las Americas #133
Juarez, Mexico
611-41-98

Known for it’s excellent Chinese food, Shangri-La will impress visitors with its elaborate decor from the moment they walk through the door.

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Viva Mexico
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. Abraham Lincoln 900-1, Zona Pronaf Condominio La Plata
Juarez, Mexico 32310
52 656 629 0157

Viva Mexico offers one of the most traditional and popular Mexican shows along with delicious food. Viva Mexico proudly shares the essence of their country through the flavors, sounds, colors, and joy that is authentic folklore Mexico.

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Vivar's Villa Del Mar
Photography by Vivar's Villa del Mar
Blvd. Gomez Morin
Juarez, Mexico
617-95-25

Villa Del Mar is the oldest seafood restaurant in the Juarez-El Paso area, first established in Juarez in 1967. Quality foods have been their trademark from beginning. In an effort to serve the freshest food at affordable prices, they bring their sea food selections directly from the coast.

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World Famous Kentucky Bar & Grill
Photography by Visita Juarez
Av. Benito Juárez 643, Centro,
On the International Bridge (Santa Fe St.)
Juarez, Chihuahua 32000
+52 656 632 6113

Dating back to the 1920’s, the Kentucky Bar is said to be the birthplace of the Margarita.

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Plaza de las Americas
Ave. Benjamin Franklin, col. Partido Romero #3220
Juarez, Mexico

Visitors enjoy a variety of locally crafted items such as paintings, ceramics, art, and much more.

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