This is a monument in the form of Greek Cross built in the mid XIXth century in the Belen neighborhood . Declared National Monument, this place has the same architecture as the National Museum and is currently is being restored to give it the same function as his "brother" capital.
Murillo Toro Park
Located front from the Governorate, this park has been utilized for mass events, besides being a meeting point for locals and visitors, so you also have to stick a tour of this area of the city.
Plaza de Bolívar
The Plaza de Bolivar in the Tolima capital is a French style and is supervised by a the sculpture of Libertador and the thousands of birds that fly over and sing on the plaza.Around her are the main centers of activity of the city: City Hall, the Cathedral and the Archbishop's Palace
Cathedral of Ibague
Recognized as one of the most emblematic places in the musical city, Ibagué the Cathedral was built in 1926 with columns and capitals, semicircular arch, vaults beautifully ornamented and highly decorative rosettes effect
Church El Carmen
This church Construction began in 1906, but construction was suspended until 1930 when it was completed with materials manufactured in the United States and taken to Ibague by mule. Completed in 1941, this work is of oriental style and structure no iron was used.
Without being a church, this lookout is one of the most important religious places in the musical city, the final destination of many pilgrimages, at the top is an effigy of the Virgin Mary, where they arrive in the Holy Week many pilgrims and penitents.
Orchid Foundation of Tolima
160 species of orchids, heliconias, tropical flowers and fruit, preserved inside this place, addition to the conservation of timber trees and native fauna. Located within the city by road to Armenia you should approach to connect with nature and the beauty that only a place like this can offer you.