The Palace of Cortes, Cuernavaca
The Palace of Cortes, Cuernavaca
The Palace of Cortes, Cuernavaca
The Palace of Cortes, Cuernavaca
The Palace of Cortes, Cuernavaca
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Leyva No. 100, opposite the Zocalo (main square) of Cuernavaca
Cuernavaca
Leyva No. 100, opposite the Zocalo (main square) of Cuernavaca
Cuernavaca, Morelos

General Admission
3 usd
Children under 12 years, Free Entrance
Open through Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5:30 pm. Closed on Mondays
About The Palace of Cortes

In order to use it as a residence, Hernán Cortés ordered the construction of this imposing palace that enjoys a medieval architecture that resembles a fortress. Throughout its history it has been a Catholic temple, palace of the conqueror, prison, palace of the Republic and seat of the State Government. Since 1974 it is the museum that still persists today, showing pieces from the pre-Hispanic period and the arrival of the Spaniards.

About The Palace of Cortes

In order to use it as a residence, Hernán Cortés ordered the construction of this imposing palace that enjoys a medieval architecture that resembles a fortress. Throughout its history it has been a Catholic temple, palace of the conqueror, prison, palace of the Republic and seat of the State Government. Since 1974 it is the museum that still persists today, showing pieces from the pre-Hispanic period and the arrival of the Spaniards.

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