Named after the celebrated leader of the Mexican War of Independence, Estadio Hidalgo is primarily a football stadium with a maximum capacity for almost 30,000 spectators. Although it was built in 1993, the stadium features modern infrastructure facilities for players as well as spectators, owing to the recent renovations. Home ground to the famous top division football club - C.F. Pachuca, the stadium attracts a number of football fans during the league games.
Plaza De Toros Vicente Segura is a popular bullring arena in Pachuca. Opened in 1978, it is named after a native revolutionary and matador. Made up of reinforced concrete, its seats are also made of the same material. The circular-shaped arena doesn't have a single bad seat and you can catch the action from all angles. It regularly hosts bullfighting series. Besides bullfights, it is the base of the Pachuca Fair and at times used for political rallies.
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo is the oldest university in the state of Hidalgo. The university is run by public funds and admits students from around 84 municipal bodies of the state with a small quota of international students. The university has a massive campus with smaller campuses for institutes for the study of health science, agricultural science, arts, and social sciences. A huge sports arena was also founded in the early 2000s and is one of the largest centers for sporting and cultural events within the premises.
The Monumental Clock of Pachuca is the symbolic clock tower of the city of Pachuca built in intervals from the year 1904 to 1910. The tower has an uncanny resemblance to the famous Big Ben of London and was built to celebrate 100 years of independence. Elegant sculptures on each side of the tower represent Reform, Liberty, Constitution and Independence. Beautifully lit up at night, the clock bells play Mexico's national anthem at 6 in the evening every day.