Things to Do For Kids in Tabasco
There are a lot of things to do in Tabasco. There are three options for children: the TABASCO Museum, the House of Tiles, and a jungle garden. A trip to Tabasco is complete without tasting the famous sauce.
House of Tiles
The House of Tiles, an architectural national monument, dates back to the 19th century. Despite its recent history, it still preserves artifacts from the fourteenth century through the twentieth. The collection includes chests, altarpieces, paintings, weapons, household items, prints, coins, and more.
The museum is open for the public and has temporary exhibits. It hosts lectures, conferences, as well as activities for children.
If you’re looking for a place to take your kids for a day out, Jungle Gardens may be the place for you. It’s a 170-acre botanical garden and bird sanctuary that’s open to the public except for major holidays. Admission costs $2 per person.
Here you’ll find many tropical plants. The Bird City is one of the many exhibits. Here you can see a variety different bird species. It began as an egret colony back in the 1890s. But, by 1911, it was home to more than 100 species.
There are 17 municipalities in the state of Tabasco. The TABASCO(r), Museum is located in the town. The museum offers a chance for children to learn about the history and culture of the area and how to make their favorite snacks. The museum also offers tours of the salt mine and factory bottling plant.
The TABASCO(r) Museum is an interactive museum that teaches kids about the history of the famous Mexican condiment. Children can learn about the origin of the famous sauce and the McIlhenny family, which produced it. You can also try the sauce by licking a huge salt rock.
Tasting TABASCO(r) sauce
Tabasco sauce is a delicious and unique condiment that can be used with a variety of foods. It’s the perfect condiment to add flavor to everything, from fried shrimp and chicken fingers to macaroni, cheese and hamburgers. You can also make your own signature sauces with Tabasco sauce and put it on anything. This spicy condiment is also available in 64 oz. bottles for easy storage.
Whether you are serving Tabasco sauce to kids or just for yourself, you’ll be sure to find the right amount of heat for the occasion. It is slightly salty but not too salty. If you prefer, you can reduce the heat. You can also make a milder, sweeter version of the sauce.
Fresh and salt water fishing
Tabasco is a great place to take your children fishing. This hot and humid state is filled with lagoons and lakes, and there are even two major rivers. The state’s coastline borders both the Gulf of Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the south. The state also has a large tropical forest.
The history of Tabasco dates back to 1845 when the state was governed by Jose Victor Jimenez. The next year, however, he was overthrown by the Commander General Ignacio Martinez de Pinillos, a member of the military who was sympathetic to the movement of Col. Joaquin Rangel, a prominent nationalist. He led a military rebellion against Jimenez that separated Tabasco and the rest of Mexico.
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