Another name that this area receives is that of Teuchitlán, because it is close to the municipal seat of the same name. It is a settlement located in the Jalisco municipality of Teuchitlán that is characterized by its peculiar architectural style: staggered conical bases and circular patios that also include a Ball Court and several terraces and buildings. According to specialists, the architectural pattern of Teuchitlán is made up of a central pyramid, an elevated circular patio that surrounds the pyramid, a circular sidewalk that surrounds the patio, between eight and twelve rectangular platforms on the sidewalk and underground funerary crypts under some of them. platforms. Chronology: 100 a. C. to 450 AD C. for its apogee, with reoccupations during the Late Classic and the Postclassic.
Access: The town of Teuchitlán can be reached from Guadalajara, taking federal highway No. 15 Guadalajara – Nogales, to the west of the city. At the intersection with federal highway No. 70, take the road to Tala, to later take state highway No. 27 that leads to Teuchitlán. The site is located one kilometer northeast of the town of Teuchitlán. You enter through Hilarión Romero Gil street, then through Zaragoza and, finally, through Benito Juárez. The visitor can arrive at the site by means of public transportation; however, you will have to walk to the entrance of the site.
Services available in the area: It has a parking lot, a restroom area and the Phil C. Weigand Interpretive Center, which depend on the Secretary of Culture of the State of Jalisco.
Hours: Thursday to Sunday from 09:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.