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  Museums and Historic Sites


The Baja California Wine country is the result of an interesting influx of different complementary cultures. You can visit remnants of the region’s Spanish, Russian and Native heritage that helped forge its present Mexican character.

Guadalupe Valley Community Museum
Museo Comunitario Ruso del Valle de Guadalupe
Museo Comunitario del Valle de Guadalupe
An historic Russian cottage that houses a private museum with Russian and Native merchandise. The museum offers a handcrafts center and cafeteria.
Private tours are available with appointment.
Guadalupe, B. C.
From highway #3 take the main road to Francisco Zarco past the Health Center (IMSS Centro de Salud”). The museum is on the left of the unpaved street.
Ph. (646) 155-2030

www.museoruso.com
alex_museoruso@hotmail.com
museoruso_samarin@hotmail.com

INAH Community History Museum
Museo Histórico Comunitario INAH
This museum highlights Native Kumiai heritage and the influence of Russian immigrants on the local culture.
Private tours are available with appointment.
Guadalupe, B.C.
From highway #3 take the main road to Francisco Zarco past the Health Center (IMSS Centro de Salud”). The museum is the right of the unpaved street.
Ph.(646) 178-2531 / 178-3642 / 175-7744
Open: Tue. – Sun.: 10:00 - 17:00 Hrs.
www.inah.gob.mx

Russian Cemetery
Panteón Ruso
Small, 15 tomb historic cemetery from the old Russian settlement.
Call ahead to arrange a guide through one of the museums.
Km 96 Highway #3 Tecate-Ensenada
Guadalupe, B. C.
Not open without prior arrangements.

Ancient Native Art
Arte Rupestre
Outdoor site with paintings and carvings from ancient native inhabitants.
Call ahead to arrange a guide through one of the museums.
Guadalupe, B.C.
From highway #3 take the main road to Francisco Zarco past the Health Center (IMSS Centro de Salud”). The museum is the right of the unpaved street and the site is a 10 minute horseback ride from the Guadalupe Valley Community Museum.












Casas Molokanes
Historic site where remnants of century’s old Russian colony can be seen.
Call ahead to arrange a guide through one of the museums.
Guadalupe, B.C.
From highway #3 take the main road to Francisco Zarco past the Health Center (IMSS Centro de Salud”). The museum is the right of the unpaved street.

Old Site of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission
Sitio Misional de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
Historic site where remnants of a XVII century Dominican Mission can be seen.
Call ahead to arrange a guide through one of the museums.
Main road in Francisco Zarco
Guadalupe, B.C.
From highway #3 take the main road to Francisco Zarco past the Health Center (IMSS Centro de Salud”). The remnants are located next to the town’s school.

Old site of the San Antonio Mine
Vestigios de las Minas de San Antonio
Historic site where abandoned remnants of a XIX century mining company still stand. Call ahead to arrange a guide through one of the museums.
San Antonio de las Minas
The site is located near the town’s main street

Giant mortars made by ancient native people
Morteros Gigantes de San Antonio Nécua
Archeological site with remnants of giant mortars used by the states ancient peoples for grinding grains.
Call the local traditional authority in the town of San Antonio Nécua ahead of time to arrange a guide.
San Antonio Nécua, B.C.
Of highway #3 take the L. A. Cetto exit past their front gates and past Rancho La Gotita. Turn right at the fork in the road and follow the dirt road to the town of San Antonio Nécua. The site is 1 Km from town.

Morteros Gigantes de San Jose de la Zorra
Morteros Gigantes / San José de la Zorra
Giant mortars made by ancient native people.
Archeological site with remnants of giant mortars used by the states ancient peoples for grinding grains.
Call the local traditional authority in the town of San José de la Zorra ahead of time to arrange a guide.
San José de la Zorra, B.C.
A 2 hr horseback ride from the town.

 
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