The 9 Best Things to Do in Torreon, Mexico

December 30, 2017 Renato Branum

Discover the best top things to do in Torreon, Mexico including Museo Arocena, Christ of the Noas, Canal de la Perla, Casa del Cerro, Museo de Los Metales, Alameda Zaragoza, Neveria CAPRI El Fresno, Plaza de Toros Torreon, Mercadillo de Antiguedades.
Restaurants in Torreon

1. Museo Arocena

Cepeda 354, Centro Historico, Torreon, Mexico +52 871 712 5725
Excellent
68%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
3%
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4.5 based on 93 reviews

Museo Arocena

Reviewed By RafaMazatlan - Mazatlan, Mexico

I used to live in Torreón many yeras ago, it was a pleasant surprise to find that right downton in an old building they set up this fantastic museum called Casa Arosena, it is an old mansión where the Arosena family used to live, i has the original furnishings, plus a new historical museum, it is a place you should visit if you go to Torreón.

2. Christ of the Noas

Torreon, Mexico
Excellent
55%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 168 reviews

Christ of the Noas

Reviewed By Marc T - Redondo Beach, California

Once you drive through the city and through the lower income Neighborhoods you get to the top. There is a few places to walk into and then a view of all Torreon. Really not much to look at and there are better things to do with free time

3. Canal de la Perla

Torreon, Mexico
Excellent
39%
Good
48%
Satisfactory
13%
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4.5 based on 38 reviews

Canal de la Perla

Reviewed By Yves D - Montreal, Quebec, Canada

25°32'17.13"N 103°27'41.73"W
This used to be a canal that brought water into Torreon (Coahuila, Mexico).
Built in 1893, it was closed for security reasons and re-opened as a tourist place in 2014.
When in Torreon, you must go and visit it. It hosts an art gallery and mucho mas. (Much more)
For example, we sw a play for children the night we were there. Better, it was free.

4. Casa del Cerro

Calzada industrial | Col. Durangueña, Torreon 27000, Mexico +52 871 716 5072
Excellent
51%
Good
36%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
4%
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0%
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4.5 based on 22 reviews

Casa del Cerro

Reviewed By Yves D - Montreal, Quebec, Canada

This is the general area where the town of Toreon began. This is now (since 1993) a museum but it was originally built by the architect Federico Wulff for his family. This man was also responsible for several buildings in Torreon such as the Hotel Salvador, the Banco Comermex and many others. He was also the designer of the original plan of Torreon.
The Casa del Cerro has 15 rooms and a basement. At the foot of the building, two other construction (one of which was Federico Wulff’s office) are today used for expositions. We were fortunate to see one of paintings by Xavier Angel Kermedy and one of sculptures by Jose Luis Ponce Diaz.
This house was built for confort. No need of air conditionning for the construction was such that the circulation of air is sufficient to keep this house cool. Also, there are apertures in the floors for throwing dirty clothes don for cleaning by the servants.
The wood floors and ceilings as well as the wooden furniture are beautifull. The view from the top floor is fantastic.
This is a highly recommended visit.

5. Museo de Los Metales

Bulevard Laguna 3200 Poniente | Colonia Metalurgica, Torreon 27370, Mexico +52 871 729 5500
Excellent
85%
Good
15%
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0%
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5 based on 13 reviews

Museo de Los Metales

Reviewed By Ariel G

El museo está muy bien organizado y la exhibición es interesantísima, pues uno de verdad termina dándose cuenta de la importancia de los metales en nuestra vida. Los guías son muy amables y cuentan con un conocimiento profundo sobre los temas del museo. Las instalaciones son llamativas y dinámicas. Es de los mejores museos que he visitado en la provincia mexicana.

Calles Gonzalez Ortega | Donato Guerra, entre las Avenidas Juarez y Allende, Torreon 27000, Mexico
Excellent
33%
Good
47%
Satisfactory
14%
Poor
3%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 27 reviews

Alameda Zaragoza

Reviewed By Carlos M - Chihuahua

La Alameda Zaragoza es un pulmon de la ciudad,con areas verdes, fuentes y monumentos, juegos infantiles y venta de alimentos en 6 hectareas, rodeada de restaurantes de moda.

7. Neveria CAPRI El Fresno

Boulevard Independencia 3817 | Local 6, Torreon 27018, Mexico +52 871 275 9740
Excellent
67%
Good
11%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
0%
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11%
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4 based on 9 reviews

Neveria CAPRI El Fresno

Reviewed By ljaidar - Torreon, Mexico

Nice place, really good ice cream. The only thing is if you're looking for a traditional Capri, not in this store. But they are really good.

8. Plaza de Toros Torreon

Calle 5 de Mayo 1102, Torreon 27090, Mexico +52 871 716 8013
Excellent
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100%
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3 based on 1 reviews

The Plaza de Toros de Torreon, founded in November 1934, is the oldest in La Laguna Region. Through its arena there have been matadors, novilleros, athletes and artists who have marked the social and cultural life of the Shire.

Reviewed By Ing_Ramiro_Perez - Torreon, Mexico

Es una plaza muy sencilla pero algo vieja y desarreglada. solo si eres amante de los toros conviene ir, sino te sentirás incomodo

9. Mercadillo de Antiguedades

Avenida Matamoros | entre Colon y Degollado, Torreon 27000, Mexico +52 871 712 4747
Excellent
100%
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5 based on 1 reviews

Mercadillo de Antiguedades

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