Plays, music, dancing, variety shows, shows for children, festivals, conferences, assemblies, government reports, and graduations are just a few of the events that take place at the Juarez Theater in Ciudad Victoria.
Hipsters and entrepreneurial millennials want to be in the Alameda, athletes young at heart want to be seen exercising in the Alameda and to enjoy a good coffee, nothing like being on the new wide sidewalks of the Alameda.
The statue is dedicated to Pedro José Méndez, who was killed in action on January 26, 1866, in recognition of his valorous acts in defending his country against the invasion by the French.
This beautiful cultural precinct offers workshops for children, youth, adults, seniors and people with disabilities, in the disciplines of visual arts, dance, music, literature and theater.
While exploring the Plaza Hidalgo in Ciudad Victoria, you will come across a variety of architectural styles, some of which include art deco, colonial, gothic, modernist, neoclassical, Porfirian, and rococo.
The basilica is a prominent Plaza Hidalgo structure. Flattened ashlar walls highlight the basilica's front. It has a three-body tower with a four-face clock. Inside is a marble altar, paintings, and sculptures.
The Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology, and History of Tamaulipas gathers a brief and exciting sample of objects that offer the most important historical events of the state. Among the crucial pieces is the coat of arms of Don José de Escandón.