The Aguascalientes City Museum (Spanish: Museo de Aguascalientes) is located in the City of Aguascalientes, in the state of Aguascalientes Mexico, as the premier art museum in the city.
It was built in 1903 by Refugio Reyes Rivas in a neoclassical style. Its facade outstands as a Greek Temple made out of groove capitals and columns. It is built in pink quarry. The interior is composed of two yards; the first yard has carved columns; and the second yard has central quarry fountains, work of José Refugio Reyes Rivas. It has capital columns and arcs.
Used to be known as “Escuela Normal del Estado” (State Teaching School) when built in 1903, and it was enlarged from 1915 to 1916, it became a museum due to the IV centenary of the foundation of the city, in October 1975 the state open the museum in this edification after being condition for this use. The reason to turn this place into ....