BARRANCAS DEL COBRE
Museum of Palaeontology
Address: Adolfo Lopez Street unnumbered, Creel
San Ignacio de Loyola Museum of Sacred Art: it houses an interesting collection of samples of religious art.
Address: Assistance Complex (known address)
Raramuri Communitarian Museum: it shows the different cultural expressions of the indigenous people of the Sierra of Tarahumara, who call themselves Raramuris. It is one of the largest and most isolated native groups in Mexico, which has allowed them to maintain their customs. They are also known as "the men of light feet" due to their speed when they run.
The Raramuris are renowned for their fine works of ceramics, wood carvings, textiles, embroideries and the manufacture of music instruments, such as violins and drums.
Address: Known address, Colony Centro Guachochi, Chihuahua
Towi Museum: it is also a communitarian museum destined to show the artistic legacy of the Tarahumara or Raramuri people.
Address: Known address, Colony Rocheachi, Guachochi, Chihuahua.