Museums and cultural centers of Ensenada to enjoy as a couple
Ensenada is not only known for its delicious food, its natural attractions, beaches and its wine route. It also has cultural centers and museums where you can spend a moment with your partner to discover and learn more about this romantic tourist destination.
Vine and wine museum
In this museum you can learn more about the history of the region regarding the cultivation of the vine. In addition, they have an amazing space of 10 thousand m2. They have four rooms with different themes: the Identity room; History, which has explanations of different aspects related to viticulture. The Industrial Hall, where the objects that have been used to produce large-scale wine are considered. And finally, the Art Room where paintings and paintings related to this activity are exhibited.
This museum is important as it recovers all the history and culture of the area that produces 90 percent of the wine in Mexico. They also have different cultural and social events. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and children under 12 can enter for free. Another great advantage is that it is only 10 minutes from Valley Nomads.
Riviera Cultural Center
It is a Moorish-style architectural space built in the 1930s, initially operated as a casino until 1950 when this activity was banned in Mexico. This place was attended by great personalities of the classic Hollywood era. Currently there are various cultural activities, they also have a history museum, an open-air theater, gift shop, among other things.
Not only can you appreciate its architecture, it also has murals, paintings and decorations with mosaics. You can ask for a tour of the facilities and drink a margarita in this place, since rumors say that this famous cocktail was born here.
Ensenada Regional Historical Museum
This museum is in the oldest building in Baja California that has been preserved to date, it was built in 1886. They currently have exhibitions on the history of Ensenada and different objects and utensils are even found since pre-Hispanic times.
At the entrance you can find triptychs in English and Spanish with the most important information in the history of this region. Although the museum is relatively small you can learn a lot about Ensenada and about Baja California. In addition, it has no admission cost. Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.