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Pila Seca

It is located next to the artisanal bridge of entry to the Pottery Village of Tlaquepaque and next to the La Pila Seca shopping center; It is one of the oldest fountains in the city; dating back its origin last century, although it has already been remodeled. It is carved in gray quarry; Its central column is formed by four fish sculptures. As a closing, two figures of children hugging a column, so it is said that the fountain was built in memory of the baptism of two twins, whose parents and godparents wanted to record this fact.

Museo Pantaleón Panduro

Unique in its kind, this museum shows all the forms of plastic expression that the potters of our country produce. True treasures of folk art that express myths and realities, such as the feel of Tonaltecas potters and other parts of Mexico, are kept in the showcases of this museum.

El Parian

Built in 1878, this enclosure to Mexican folklore transmits a tequila atmosphere. In their bars they have typical seats of the region called equiples, quite comfortable by the way, when sitting they come to serve you their favorite drink, snacks and even typical Mexican dishes. There are also wrought iron benches that serve those who like to admire mariachi music (traditional musical ensemble) and witness the dances of the Jalisco region every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. This is one of the places preferred by visitors for its festive atmosphere.

El Refugio

Its construction dates from 1865. It is impressive for its dimensions and its architectural style so different. It was until 1979 that it was used as a hospital and in 1983 it was acquired by the city council to convert it into a cultural center to preserve its architecture. Once inside, this jewel is partially used as a Pantaleón Panduro ceramics museum where national handicraft prizes are guarded. The Refuge is used for fairs and exhibitions as well as art school.

Puente Artesanal de Tlaquepaque

It points to the entrance to Tlaquepaque, built of apparent partition wall and to the center the shield of the town. This work obtained the first place in the annual contest organized by the College of Engineers and Architects of Jalisco, taking into account the quality of its construction, the design, cleaning and finishing of it. Built in 1978