Todos Santos has relatively few must-see sights, but these historic and natural venues are worth a visit.
Historic District: Rows of colorful, colonial facades line the narrow cobblestone streets of the Todos Santos Historic District. Working galleries, boutique shops, and sidewalk cafes delight visitors and locals alike.
Mission Santa Rosa de las Palmas: The mission Nuestra Señora del Pilar de La Paz was founded by Padre Jaime Bravo in 1723. It is located across the street to the southwest from the small town plaza. This mission contains the statue of the Virgin of Pilar, which is the focus of Todos Santos main festival in October.
Cultural Centre – Centro Cultural Nestor Agundez: Located two blocks up Benito Juarez from the Hotel California, the center has a historical library, gallery, ongoing cultural activities, workshops and a museum of local history and anthropology. This large brick building was a former elementary school and contains faded murals from the mid-twentieth century. View artifacts from the indigenous people through the colonial and revolutionary times. La Coronela (the lady colonel) was a local revolutionary hero whose aged portrait appears here. A bar and hotel restaurant are named after her. Art demonstrations and exhibitions are held here during the annual art festival.
La Poza: A freshwater lagoon just steps away from the Pacific makes a great place for birdwatching and hiking.