Monterrey Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Avenida Morelos

A pedestrianized shopping street running through the heart of Monterrey’s central Zona Rosa district, Avenida Morelos makes a popular alternative to the ...  Read more

Barrio Antiguo (Old Town)

Barrio Antiguo’s cobble streets and colonial structures may be some of the oldest in the city, but once the sun goes down the area comes alive with locals and ...  Read more

Chipinque Ecological Park (Parque Ecológico Chipinque)

Sprawling across the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains and blanketed with pine and oak forests, the Chipinque Ecological Park is one of Nuevo Leon’s ...  Read more

Cola de Caballo

The scenic skyline of Cerro de la Silla (aka Saddle Mountain) in the rugged foothills of Cumbres de Monterrey is one of the main draws to this national park, ...  Read more

Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Brewery

Founded in 1890, the historic Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Brewery produced its very first beer in 1893. Its initial frosty brew was delicious enough to win first ...  Read more

Cumbres de Monterrey National Park

The iconic natural skyline of Cerro de la Silla—known as Saddle Mountain for its unique carved out “u” shape—is one of the highlights of a trip to Cumbres de ...  Read more

Fundidora Park

Locals gather at this park in the center of Monterrey to run the track, watch hockey tournaments at the popular ice rink, navigate the ramps of the skate park ...  Read more

Garcia Caves (Parque Grutas de Garcia)

Stationed just beyond the small mountain town of Garcia, about 30 kilometers outside of Monterrey, Parque Grustas de Garcia in Cumbres de Monterrey National ...  Read more

Glass Museum (Museo del Vidrio)

Galleries at Museo del Vidrio showcase the history of Mexican glass manufacturing, including pieces that date back as far as the 18th Century. Unique tools ...  Read more

La Boca Dam

Less than an hour from Monterrey, the manmade lake of La Boca Dam is a popular retreat for both locals and tourists, especially during the summer months, when ...  Read more

La Huasteca Canyon (Canon de la Huasteca)

A natural adventure park with over 200 hectares of jagged limestone peaks and desert, dotted with pockets of lush forest, La Huasteca Canyon (Canon de la ...  Read more

Macroplaza (La Gran Plaza)

Build in the early 1980s, this popular town square is a hub for commerce and the fourth-largest plaza of its kind in the world. Impressive monuments line the ...  Read more

Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)

Looming over the southern end of Monterrey’s sprawling Macroplaza, the Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) is not only the city’s spiritual ...  Read more

Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame

Home to Mexico’s largest baseball park, champion team Monterrey Sultanes and more than 50 Little League networks, Monterrey is the undisputed heart of Mexican ...  Read more

Mirador del Obispado

Proudly flying Mexico’s largest monumental flag, the Mirador del Obispado (Bishop’s Lookout) is impossible to miss, but the scenic hilltop esplanade is best ...  Read more

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