Panteón de Belén
Opened on January 1, 2010. The Santa Paula Pantheon, now known as the Belén Pantheon, was built in 1848 by the architect Manuel Gómez Ibarra, at the request of Bishop Diego de Arana and Carpinteiro. The Belén Pantheon Museum is a sample of the funerary architecture of different periods. Due to its architectural wealth, it is protected by the National Institute of Anthropology and History and is considered a National Architectural Treasure. The remains of many prominent figures in politics, education, science, music and literature were deposited in this pantheon. It possesses a crowned chapel, of Egyptian influence, that was before the Central Mausoleum, where the remains of Illustrious Jaliscienses men were and that later were transferred to the Rotunda of the Illustrious Jaliscienses. In this cultural space lectures and presentations on various aspects of the history of Guadalajara are held.
For the day from Tuesday to Saturday:
First admission: 10 hrs.
Second admission: 11 hrs.
Third entry: 13 hrs.
Fourth admission: 14 hrs.
At night, Thursday, Friday and Saturday:
First admission: 20:30 hrs.
Second admission: 22 hrs.
Third entry: 11:30 p.m.
General: $29 pesos per person.
Students, teachers, 3rd age and disability with valid ID: $14 per person.
General: $78 pesos per person.
Students, teachers, 3rd age and disability with valid ID: $39 per person.
Calle Belén 684, El Retiro, 44100 Guadalajara, Jal. 44100 Guadalajara México