Museo de Arqueología de Occidente de México "Archaeology Museum of Western of Mexico"
Located in the area of the Agua Azul Park. This building has the shape of a truncated pyramid and it was inaugurated in 1959. At the left side entrance on the wall is a painting "The State of Jalisco Map" with the most important archeological sites. It also has a small, but authentic, dress collection from those civilizations that inhabited Jalisco, Colima, Nayarit, and Valle de Atemajac, mostly. The museum has five rooms and the pieces are distributed in geographical zones.
Coming from Colima, the famous fat dog features; and from the anthropomorphous figures, the best pieces are the humpbacks. Its plates distinguish Nayarit with white, red and orange color decoration. In Jalisco, the red and black over red ceramic, stands out.
There are curses on Saturday for the public. Summer curses for kids and adults of nahuatl language.