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Great place to visit - may be hard for some people because of the stairs up and down. You have to pay around $6 US for 2 to see. Takes about 1+ hours and gives the history of the area to include pictures of the...More
we went on a slow day, so no margarita, no dancing, no vendors except the permanent one inside the entryway. the casino was viewable from the museum, through slits in the ceiling coping - a lovely room. the main hall was closed - it looks...More
We (two couples, brothers with our wives) really enjoyed the Riviera del Pacifico as the highlight of our city tour in Ensenada. Our guide, Abner, "El Guapo" had told us we would stop here last before returning to our ship, the Emerald Princess, docked at...More
We visited here this week as a short visit while on a stop off at the port. The history was really interesting, not least about the margarita! The music and dance show was brilliant and made for a wonderful short visit. Wish we could have...More
As part of our tour, the tour guide stopped here to visit. We learned the history of the Cultural Center and how it came about. When we first walked through the doors we were given a small margarita which was nice and very tasty. There...More
We visited this place during our cruise excursion trip of Ensenada after visiting 'La bufadoraa' .
It is Huge complex in Mexican & Spanish style. It's local name is "Riviera del Pacifico Cultural and Convention Centre" built in 1930 as a gambling casino. This place...More
The history of this site is remarkable as is the structures. The water pools and statues are beautiful and inviting. The inside is filled with history. Lucille Ball, Merle Norman, and many more graced the walls here. Free tour and a small bar in the...More
The Riviera Cultural Centre or Cultural Center of Ensenada is a beautiful mexican building located near the cruiseship dock. It was first an hotel and casino resort, today it's home to culture (local activities and and exhibits). Not mutch to see exept a few fresceos...More