There are many things to do in Tabasco. For kids, there is a jungle garden, the House of Tiles, and the TABASCO Museum. A trip to Tabasco is complete without tasting the famous sauce.
House of Tiles
The House of Tiles is an architectural national monument that dates back to the nineteenth century. Despite its recent history, it still preserves artifacts from the fourteenth century through the twentieth. The collection includes chests and altarpieces, paintings and weapons, household items, prints, coinage, and other items.
The museum is open for the public and has temporary exhibits. It also hosts lectures, conferences, and activities for kids.
Jungle Gardens is a great place to take your children for a day. The 170-acre botanical garden is open to the public, except on major holidays. Admission is $2 per person.
You’ll find all kinds of tropical plants here. The Bird City is one of the many exhibits. Here you can see a variety different bird species. It began as an egret colony back in the 1890s. But, by 1911, it was home to more than 100 species.
Tabasco has 17 municipalities. The TABASCO(r), Museum is located in the town. Kids can explore the history and culture of the region and learn how to make their favorite snack. The museum offers tours of the salt mines and factory bottling plants.
The TABASCO(r) Museum is an interactive museum that teaches kids about the history of the famous Mexican condiment. Children can learn about the origin of the famous sauce and the McIlhenny family, which produced it. They can also get a taste of the tangy sauce by licking a giant salt rock.
Tasting TABASCO(r) sauce
Tabasco sauce for kids is a unique and tasty product that can be used on a variety of foods. It’s the perfect condiment to add flavor to everything, from fried shrimp and chicken fingers to macaroni, cheese and hamburgers. You can make your own Tabasco sauce and use it on everything. This spicy condiment is also available in 64 oz. bottles for easy storage.
Tabasco sauce can be served to children or adults for any occasion. It is slightly salty but not too salty. If you prefer, you can reduce the heat. There’s also a mild, sweet version of the sauce.
Salt water and fresh water fishing
If you’re looking for a fun place to take your kids fishing, consider the many options in Tabasco. This hot and humid state is filled with lagoons and lakes, and there are even two major rivers. The state’s coastline borders both the Gulf of Mexico to the north and Guatemala to the south. The state also boasts a vast tropical forest.
Tabasco’s history dates back to 1845, when Jose Victor Jimenez governed the state. The next year, however, he was overthrown by the Commander General Ignacio Martinez de Pinillos, a member of the military who was sympathetic to the movement of Col. Joaquin Rangel, a prominent nationalist. He led a military uprising against Jimenez and separated Tabasco from the rest of Mexico.