Regional Museum of Sinaloa


  • CATEGORY: Museums
  • PHONES: 01 (667) 715 5541

REVIEW

A property opened in December 1958, it was designed by architect Jaime Sevilla Poyastro. Here, the pure line of modernism is synthesized in smooth walls that explode into a colorful mosaic based mural that tells the story of Sinaloa. The original design of the official seal of the state of Sinaloa stands out. With the mural by artist Rolando Arjona Amabilis, this building is meant as the first example in Culiacan of the plastic integration movement in architecture. Located in the Constitución Civic Centre, its gathers historical and archaeological collections, highlighting interesting pieces that reflect the most important events from the Mesoamerican period until the movement of the revolution in 1910: Historical documents, maps, portraits, photographs and uniforms worn by important regional characters. All of them enrich the journey that ends with the horse-drawn carriage used by Don Francisco I. Madero in his tour around Sinaloa. The Museum is temporarily closed due to a process of rehabilitation of its spaces and a modernization in its museology, as well as due to the inventory of its collection by the staff of the National Institute of Anthropology and History.

ADDRESS

Rafael Buelna s/n, C.P. 80060, Culiacán, Sinaloa

OPENNING HOURS

From Monday to Sunday, 01:00 hrs.
CERRADO TEMPORALMENTE

SERVICIOS

Gallery | Expositions

CONTACT

Tel. 01 (667) 715 5541
sandra.robles@culturasinaloa.gob.mx

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