Situated in Plaza de Armas, the Government Palace is the best example of Civil Architecture in Guadalajara. It's in the Baroque style, which started being built in the 17th century, ending at the end of the 19th. It's worth it to go
The Government Palace was built in the mid-nineteenth century in the great architectural tradition of colonial Guadalajara. Inside you can also see the typical mural (on the foundation of the city). It is located in the plaza of
This is an interesting 16th century building that made up a part of the Convent of Santa Maria de Gracia. I didn't get to see it open during the time I was in Guadalajara (in my guide put it open Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 15:00).