Cattle Museum

Museo de la Ganadería

Múzquiz is the Saddle Capital; visit this museum and see the biggest saddle in the world for yourself.

This is the only place dedicated to telling the story of the evolution of cattle production in Coahuila. Here you will find the world’s biggest saddle, which was made by local leather workers. Its measurements, 10.43 feet high, 4.29 feet wide and 7.02 feet long, have made it the official titleholder of the Guinness World Record.

Located in the Macro Plaza, the museum consists of 14 pavilions which display articles related to the cattle industry and the history of the first haciendas and cowboys of the Presidio Santa Rosa (colonial Spanish fort), founded around 1780.  




Oasis, INFONAVIT, 26342 Santa Rosa de Múzquiz, Coah., México

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