TOURIST AREAS IN TORREON, MEXICO
The Christ of the Noas is without a doubt the busiest attraction of the city. Sculptor Vladimir Alvarado this architectural monument
stands in the forecourt of Cerro de las Noas. With a weight of 580 tons and a height of 21.80 meters from its base, is the third highest in Latin America after Christ Christ Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and Cristo de la Concordia in Bolivia.
The Isauro Martinez Theater, opened in 1930 by the entrepreneur who gave it its name, its architecture is a mix of Gothic, Byzantine and Moorish styles.
The Founders Park to the west of the city, ecological park that features two multipurpose courts, a running track, artificial river and lake and outdoor theater with a capacity of about 1,000 spectators.
The Park Ethnic Groups in East City: Built to commemorate the different ethnic groups and Foreign Nationals who settled in the region; and Bosque Venustiano Carranza, chief lung of the city.
The Museo de La Moneda: Liberty protects the currency to one kilogram of pure silver Ley.999, is the largest that has been coined in Mexico.
The Regional Museum Lagoon with objects in the area occupied by the Laguna tribes objects Mesoamerica cultures and different cultures. The Cotton Museum presents the history of cotton production in the Laguna Region.
The Railway Museum: Located in the old train Torreón, this museum tells the story of the railroad arrived in Torreon in 1893 and is closely linked with the development of the city. Exposes an authentic steam locomotive, photographic material, documents, models and tools, among others.
Ecotourism Around Torreón
Las Dunas de Bilbao, extraordinary desert of fine sand located 65 km east of Tower in which you can go sand boarding; the Zone of Silence: located in the central part of Mapimí Bolson, between the states of Chihuahua, Coahuila and Durango and 180 km. In this unique location, you'll be hiking, biking and riding, and observing wildlife.