A small museum with photos and exhibits on the history of Sinaloa, pre-conquest, colonial and beyond. Also some interesting information on the two Americans who left large marks on the history of Los Mochis - one, a rubber baron; and the other a planned utopian community in Topolobampo. If you don't like the museum, cross the street and eat at KFC or the Chicks restaurant!
Visit a chapter from Mexico's history when Porfirio Diaz encouraged foreign investment, and industrial barons like Benjamin Franklin Johnston accepted his invitation, came to Los Mochis and built a rubber empire (seriously.) Johnston also left behind an enormous garden, now in the midst of being rescued by enlightened locals.
Ask for a guided tour with Dora (or Dorita) - she's the leader of the local group trying to restore the gardens.
"Un bello lugar dónde caminar, disfrutando de la gran variedad de árboles y plantas traídas de India, Filipinas, Indonesia, Java, agregando así una maravillosa colección a la flora local."
"Recreación y esparcimiento para toda la familia, 13 hectáreas para practicar deportes; ideal para días de campo."
This House shows the history of the city that has now 100 years, interesting if you want know more about the origins and mochis nowadays.
It also will have multiple expositions in arts os special events.
Theres a legend interesant about this hill, ask for it, besides it has in the top a sculpture dedicated to the virgin, who cares all the city.
This is an important church in this city located in front of the plazuela, in the interior covered by wood.
This plaza is located in fron of one of the mosty importan churches in the city, its a quiet place to bring your kids and have a walk.
Big park with a lot of botanical species, the founder traveled arround the world collecting different species and then planted in this park.