Mining and History Museum

Museo de Minería e Historia

This museum focusing on mining and history is set inside a house from the mid-17th century. It displays some of the tools used by miners.

Located in a mansion dating from the mid-17th century, this mining and history museum preserves some of the tools used by miners, as well as the most famous legends about the gavilleros and other revolutionaries who passed through the town. Two great ones are the stories of Heraclio Bernal, Sinaloa’s own “Robin Hood,” and Luis Pérez Meza, who composed the song El sauce y la palma (The Willow and the Palm).




Museo De Minería De Cosalá, Gabriel Leyva Solano, Cosalá, Sin., México

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