Museum of Sonoran History and Culture
Located on the Plaza de Armas, El Museo Costumbrista de Sonora is housed in one of Alamos’ most prestigious colonial homes. The museum houses a fine collection of artifacts depicting colonial life in Alamos as well as the history of mining in this area. The gallery in the Museum is host to many visiting and local artists.
Casa de la Cultura
At one time this Cultural Center on Guadalupe Hill was the “Carcel”, the jail. Now the Cultural Center serves as educational center as well as an auditorium for public events including expositions, readings, conferences and concerts. The Center is committed to serving the needs of all ages and levels of ability.
Casa de Maria Felix Museum
A collection of artifacts discovered on the original birthplace of Mexico’s legendary and internationally renowned movie actress. Artifacts have been relocated to the private home of Linda Barondes.
Leonardo Valdez Esquer – Located in the town of Echojoa between Navojoa and Huatabampo. This museum exhibits a fine collection of folkloric art from all parts of Mexico as well as a complete collection Mayo indian artifacts. Open daily 9:00am to 3:00pm. May call ahead for reservations Tel.: (647) 425-0173.