Things to do in Hermosillo – Mexico


If you’re planning a trip to Sonora, Mexico, here are some of the top things to do in Hermosillo. The city is the seat of the Hermosillo municipality, the state capital, and the largest city in the state. It is also the primary economic center for Sonora. In addition to its history and cultural attractions, Hermosillo offers a unique combination of attractions.

Parque La Ruina

For a great outdoor experience, try the food truck park in Hermosillo, Mexico. This outdoor area is lined with food trucks and restaurants, and features a playground for kids and a cool bar with live music. You’ll also be able to find street parking nearby. If you’re hungry, try a sombrero, or a taco. There’s something for everyone here.

One of the highlights of the city’s nightlife is the park itself. Formerly a textile factory, the park has transformed into an iconic landmark, offering nightlife, gastronomy, and free dance classes. Visitors can sample a diverse menu of Mexican specialties, from tacos to scrumptious tacos and a wide variety of beverages.

Cerro de la Campana

The Cerro de la Campana is a rocky formation in Hermosillo, Mexico, and is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. The name of the rocky formation derives from the metallic sound created by crashing rocks. The view from the rocky spire is breathtaking, especially during the night. It is a popular tourist destination, and visitors can take pictures of the city from all viewpoints.

One of the best views of Hermosillo is from the Cerro de la Campana, a rocky hill that stands 300 meters above sea level. The hill was built in 1909 and is a popular tourist viewpoint. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking sunsets from this viewpoint. When viewed from the east, the rocky hill looks like a bell. This is because the rock’s shape resembles a bell. The hill was also named after the fonolitas, which produce a metallic sound like the bell.

The cerro was mostly deserted when the Santos family arrived, but a few families had already settled at the bottom. The surrounding area was teeming with wildlife, and the Santos family walked up and down the hill to collect materials to build their home. As time passed, the Santos family began to build a permanent concrete compound on the cerro.

Catedral Metropolitana de Hermosillo

The restoration of the Catedral Metropolitana de Hermosilla was a monumental event for the city. The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) was tasked with the task of restoring the cathedral’s main entrance. The restoration began in November and is now completed. The cathedral is now considered a national monument, protected by federal law. It is also listed in the Catalogo Nacional de Monumentos Históricos.

The construction of the Hermosillo Cathedral began in the late 1800s. It is dedicated to the Virgen of Asuncion and is the principal temple of the Hermosillo Archdiocese. Its construction was sponsored by Herculano Lopez de la Mora. The building was completed in 1908.

Cerro El Bachoco

There are several different outdoor activities you can enjoy in Cerro del Bachoco in Hermosillo, Sonora. The 400-meter mountain is surrounded by desert vegetation and attracts around two million people every weekend. In addition to the outdoor activities, Cerro del Bachoco is also the perfect place to spot venados, snakes, and venaculars.

There are several hiking trails in Cerro El Bachoco, including the easy-to-navigate path. The trail is a 2.2 mile walk with a 5,000-step elevation gain. It is rated as hard by the National Park Service. To find the best hiking trails, download the Pacer App. This app allows you to see which hiking trails are close to your location.

Centro Ecologico de Sonora

Visitors to the Centro Ecologico de Sonora can learn about different habitats and animals found in the desert. The park contains 119 different animal species and over eighty different organisms. Visitors can learn about the different types of cacti and choyas, as well as the bosses and the desert’s unique flora. The park also features a variety of interactive exhibits to help them understand their surroundings.

During the summer, the Centro Ecologico de Sonora has extended its hours of operation. The Center remained closed in May due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but it reopened to the public on June 9 after following all health regulations. Luis Francisco Molina Rubial, director of the center, says that many locals from various parts of Sonora came to visit during the summer months.

Guests can experience the CES in different ways, including by taking part in a “Jaguar cria” competition. The contest aims to name a fictitious critter and receive prizes. The prize winner will also receive a certificate commemorating their achievement. The Centro Ecologico de Sonora in Hermosillo, Mexico

Plaza Bicentenario

You’ll find a number of interesting places to visit in the city of Hermosillo, including the famous Plaza Bicentenario. This plaza commemorates 100 and 200 years of Mexican independence and is filled with a dancing fountain. You can also enjoy live music and events at the plaza’s cafe and neveria. This plaza is also a popular place to buy souvenirs.

Hermosillo’s main attractions include the Cerro de la Campana, a viewpoint overlooking the city. The view from the top of Cucurpe Street is a spectacular sight. The cultural offering of Hermosillo is diverse, with theaters, museums, art galleries, and technology centers. For art lovers, the Plaza Bicentenario is a popular place to see local artwork.

Musas Museo De Arte De Sonora

The Musas Museo de Arte de Sonora in Hermosillo Mexico is a cultural and art museum. Its purpose is to foster appreciation for art in the local community and to promote its dissemination through exhibitions, conferences, and seminars. It also hosts events, such as art festivals and concerts, to raise awareness about local art and culture.

The collection is organized thematically. The sala one displays the collection of the Sonoran art, arranged according to thematic nuclei. The 1960s saw a boom in autodidact art and other forms of sonoran art. Several obras display textual context, which helps contextualize the work. The collection features works by renowned Mexican and international artists.

Palacio de Gobierno Sonora

The Palacio de Gobierno is the state government palace of Sonora, located on the Plaza Zaragoza in Hermosillo, Mexico. This bright, white, neoclassical building features a central square clock tower and Ionic columns. Its interior features an impressive courtyard, a main staircase, and a mural gallery depicting the history of Sonora.

The Palacio de Gobierno is located across from the ancient cathedral. The museum features artifacts, including the head of a serpent dating back to the Teotihuacan period and sixteenth century coins. The exhibit also includes an extensive collection of antique weapons, including a Mexican rifle made by Spanish soldiers during the Civil War.

The town of Pitic stayed loyal to the Spanish Crown during the Mexican War of Independence. It was the seat of the same-named department after the general Jose Maria Gonzalez de Hermosillo. After the Revolution, the city changed its name to Hermosillo, in honor of the defender of the Mexican people. The town was also a battle ground during the French Intervention in Mexico.

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David Cronk is the editor of online travel magazine Travelodium Travel Magazine. David has travelled to over 30 countries of the world and his writing has been published by enRoute magazine - Air Canada's inflight magazine and by Hotel & Accommodation Management Magazine. David has worked as a Sales Executive for Sheraton and Hilton Hotels and for Hotelbookers in London. He has worked also as a Hotel Night Manager and in bars throughout Europe. David eventually settled into a position working as a croupier for several years before changing careers to become a Data, Sales and Statistical Analyst.

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