Things to Do For Kids in Puebla
Puebla offers a wide range of activities for children. Here are a few suggestions: Biblioteca Palafoxiana, Festival de la Ilusion, Museums, Restaurants, and Nightlife. These activities are ideal for families with kids. You can also enjoy the sights and sounds from the train. For some cultural variety, visit the Museo de la Evolucion Puebla.
If you’re looking for a unique educational experience for your kids while on vacation in Puebla, you should consider visiting the Biblioteca Palafoxiana, a historic library in Puebla City’s historic center. Founded in 1646, this library has over 45,000 books and manuscripts from the 15th century to the 20th century. Whether you’re a history buff, an aspiring writer, or a lover of art, you can learn about the culture and history of Puebla in this historical library.
Located on the top floor of the Casa de la Cultura in Puebla city, Biblioteca Palafoxiana is free for kids under the age of six. There are also discounts for teachers and students. Tuesdays are free.
Festival de la Ilusion
If you’re looking for things to do in Puebla with kids, you’ll find plenty to choose from. The city will provide hours of entertainment for both young and old, no matter if you are traveling with your children. The cathedral is a landmark in the city, with its tall bell towers. The interior is filled with gold, Renaissance-era art, and glimmering decor.
For those traveling with children, don’t miss the Puebla Museum. It’s located in a red building near the Templo de Santo Domingo. This building was once home to a women’s college, but it now houses a museum that honors the wife of the artist. It houses pieces that range from prehispanic art to contemporary art, and it offers an insight into Mexican art’s development.
Food is an important part of any vacation in Mexico, and this state is no exception. There are many great places to eat, from the authentic poblano poboys to the delicious cemita poblana. Puebla is also home to two of the country’s most succulent dishes, mole poblano and pipian rojo.
If you want to treat your kids to an upscale meal, try La Casa del Mendrugo. This restaurant serves rich Poblano cuisine and a wide selection of regional dishes. For adults, you can also try some traditional Mexican dishes. You can also get free admission as a guest of a restaurant.
Puebla is a great place for families and has many museums for children. A museum focuses on the history of the city, as well as several museums for children. Sundays are free for the Regional Museum. For older children, there is a museum dedicated to Viena music, and a traditional puppet museum. You can even ride the Estrella de Puebla, which is the largest portable ferris wheel in the world. VIP tickets are available for purchase to skip the line at the Ferris wheel.
The MUI is another interesting museum for children. Located in an 18th-century building, this interactive museum features the work of students from the University of Puebla. The museum offers changing exhibits on science, technology, art, architecture, and design. My son was fascinated by the 3D simulation of climate change, and I was glad to help him learn about it.
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