The Cathedral Basilica de la Inmaculada Conceptión is a large 19th century baroque style catholic church located in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico.
The cathedral was built from 1856 to 1899.
It is located in downtown Mazatlán and still operates as the main catholic church in Mazatlán.
It has a very beautiful inside. Unique to it is the jewish Star of David at the top of the stained glass windows which were thought to be there because of donations from the jewish community.
The Cathedral Basilica de la Inmaculada Conceptión in Mazatlán is located in downtown Mazatlán across from the main square, Plaza Republica.
The address of the Cathedral is: 21 de Marzo.
If you are taking the local bus, you need to take the Sabalo Centro (large green bus) heading south for about $MX12 (12 pesos). Get off the bus in front of the Municipal Market. The cathedral is one block away on the back side of the market.
The cathedral is open daily because it is a working church.
It is best to go during the day so that you can see the beautiful architecture of the church.
If you plan to enter, please wear long pants. Shorts are discouraged.
At a minimum, we recommend that you walk around the church to look at the architecture and the statues, and take a peek inside the cathedral.