A pre-Columbian archaeological site in use from 600-900 CE. Remains include several pyramidal structures, a large ball court, and a boulder field with many carved glyphs. A small museum is also located on the site.
This former hacienda was established in 1565, and was the birthplace of Mexican Independence hero Miguel Hidalgo in 1753. A modern monument stands in front of the hacienda.
Located in the nearby Sierra de Pénjamo, this rugged area has a number of waterfalls and good hiking trails.