Museums Mining Museum. Hall of the Museum of Mining. The Rehilete Museum: Built in 1997. Its name evokes a popular Mexican toy that comes alive in the wind. The museum is divided into five rooms: Science, Art, Technology, More on Science and World. All specially designed for children to explore, experiment and discover the basic principles of scientific knowledge and art. The tour includes the Archaeological trail (to observe the most representative of the Mesoamerican cultures) and botanical (comprising the main cactus the state of Hidalgo). Other educational and recreational spaces of Rehilete are projection rooms, computer and virtual reality, library and video library, internet service and a convenience store advertising.Dinoparque: inaugurated on November 23, 2009 is located next to the Museum The Rehilete in this area of nine square meters, visitors can see 41 models of dinosaurs and fossils scale, especially in the Mesozoic Era, and is divided into four stages, which is the Cretaceous, Jurassic and Triassic. Museum of Mining in Pachuca: his seat is a XIX century building, once the local Banks San Rafael. It has two exhibition spaces, a public library and newspaper archive, a photo lab, offering a comprehensive overview of the historical development of mining in Pachuca and Real del Monte. Cobija more than 1,800 linear feet of documents, 10,000 graphics, numerous tools and equipment rescued from oblivion, the same used to reconstruct the history of mining in the region from 1556 to 1967. Also original records are kept organized social unrest by workers in 1776, an event which is the main background of strikes in Mexico.Also shown is the first banner Pachuca Mining Guild, founded in 1934. Address: 10 Mina Street, Colonia Centro. Regional Museum of History of Hidalgo: The journey begins with the presentation of natural regions and display of fossils and prehistoric objects, like a mammoth jaw, earthenware, bone and obsidian and human figures, animals and trees cut stone. This section also plotted domain area that had the Huasteca and Aztec cultures, also referred to the archaeological discoveries in the area of Tula. The second room “Roberto Weitlaner” shows the splendor of the colonial era. Here you look at the places of Catholic evangelization and works of art of that period of history. In the latter environment “Cesar Lizardi, beautiful carvings are displayed in gilded wood, wrought iron utensils, religious objects, silver and oil paintings, among other artistic representations of New Spain.Address: 200 Ridge Street, Colonia Centro. National Museum of Photography: Opened in 1984 about the history of photography. Another aspect that is found in its rooms, are the physical and chemical principles that allow the world to perpetuate an image of a simple paper. Recently Frank Storch sought to clarify these questions. The museum has a selection of stereoscopic viewers, old cameras, its historical evolution, their parts and the tools necessary for developing photographs and images. The samples were supplemented by a mosaic of images related to important events in Mexico, and impressive collections of famous contemporary photographers. Beside the museum is the Photo Library National Institute of Anthropology and History. Founded in 1976, retains 900.000 images, being the largest photographic collection of country. His legacy includes the Casasola Archive. Historical Museum: it consists of a chamber installed in the lobby of the Legislative Building, located at the Civic Center of the State Congress.Among its collection basically gathers photographs and original documents, and is divided into: National History and History of the State. Mineralogy Museum: more than 1,200 specimens of minerals from the region and the world, are the greatest treasure of its divisions, in which are seen, too, some fossils found in the state of Hidalgo. All parts are displayed on a float glass shelves delicate, made with a special procedure.