Have you ever wanted to travel back in time to the time of the dinosaurs? There is a safer (and easier) way to live this experience: a visit to the Desert Museum. The natural history enclosure is the most complete in Latin America, and the largest in Coahuila, from the entrance you are transported to the Jurassic era through its cacti such as mesquite and fir trees, its exhibits are the natural voice of the museum, through which he socializes and communicates all those that fossils can no longer count.

It has four pavilions that are an experience for the senses, in addition to housing one of the most well-equipped paleontological laboratories, and the remains of some of the dinosaur species found in the area. If you're lucky, you can find the skeletons of a Hadrosaur and a Quetzalcoatlus, even feeding some prairie dogs. The museum concept was designed by Margen Rojo, who devised a chronological and experiential tour through interactive exhibits and special lighting, audio and video systems.

Location: Carlos Avedrop Dávila No. 745, Parque las Maravillas, New Metropolitan Center of Saltillo

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Price: Children $145 MXN / Adults $225 MXN / Family $595 MXN.

Phone: +52 (844) 986 90 00