Pabellón de Hidalgo, a Magical Town in the state of Aguascalientes, is located 30 kilometers from the city of Aguascalientes.
It is recognized for its natural beauty and cultural richness.
It is a beautiful destination, which belongs to the municipality of Rincón de Romos, is enjoyed by walking through its cobblestone streets flanked by adobe houses.
The preservation of its heritage is a commitment of all its inhabitants.
It is possible to witness its history at the Museo de la Insurgencia, which houses the former Hacienda de San Blas.
This point is also the witness of the Mexican Independence movements.
The place prospered thanks to the construction of the San Blas Dam, which can still be visited today.
Pabellón de Hidalgo is part of the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro.
🏙 Activities in Pabellón de Hidalgo Magical Town
Top 5 Attractions
- Former Hacienda de San Blas
- Museum of the Insurgency
- San Blas Dam
- Parish of Nuestro Señor San Blas
- Wineries near Pabellón de Hidalgo:
- Hacienda de Letras
- Vinícola Chacón
- Vinícola Frague
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
- Get to know the murals of the artist Alfredo Zermeño Flores at the Insurgencia Museum. They represent the socio-cultural and political events that Mexico experienced between 1810-2010.
- Admire the interior of the chapel in the former Hacienda de San Blas, with a single nave and groin vault ceilings.
- Visit the San Blas Dam and enjoy the activities that can be enjoyed here, such as hiking, horseback riding, fishing, picnics, camping, climbing and hiking.
It was named a Magical Town because it was a key place for the Independence of Mexico.
Miguel Hidalgo's dismissal from the Insurgent army took place in this place where General Allende and Aldama took the few troops from the priest.
Among the streets of this magical town you will find the incredible murals of Alfredo Zermeño made in 1964. They narrate some events of the independence of Mexico.
The Insurgence Museum is located in the Ex-Hacienda de San Blas, and here are preserved objects and historical archives such as the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe. Which served as a banner of the Insurgent army.
The museum is one of the oldest cultural precincts in Mexico. It was inaugurated in 1964 and inside it houses a beautiful botanical garden and an Araucaria Bidwillii tree, of which there are only a few specimens.
It requires half a day, or a few hours of the day. The tourist attractions are very good, but they are few.
Aguascalientes is a small state. Pabellón de Hidalgo is only 35km (30 minutes) from the historic center of Aguascalientes by car.
So visiting this magical town can be a quick getaway from the capital city, or an express stop on your visit to the vineyards of the Wine Route, or on your way to the other Magical Towns of San José de Gracia (15 minutes away) or Real de Asientos (35 minutes away) from Pabellón de Hidalgo.
Tourist Attractions in Pabellón de Hidalgo Magical Village
Museum of the Insurgency
Former Hacienda de San Blas
Main Square and Parish
San Blas Dam
Pabellón de Hidalgo Is Part of the Wine Route
Wineries and Vineyards
Aguascalientes has the ideal climatic conditions and altitude for grape growing.
That is why since its foundation it already had plantations that grew in number and extension until reaching the second place in vine production in the country, being brandy the most produced beverage in the State.
Aguascalientes has 205 hectares of wine grapes. There are 18 wineries and vineyards open to the public for tourist experiences.
Where is Pabellón de Hidalgo Magical Town?
Distance between Pabellón de Hidalgo and Other cities
Aguascalientes is a destination with an interesting combination of charming natural surroundings, tradition and industrial development.
Outstanding for its manufacturing industry, especially textile, electronics and automotive, the state capital has become one of the tourist destinations with the best range of services in the Mexican Bajio.