● Iglesia Santa María Catedral, Located in the Plaza de Armas, its style is neoclassical with two towers and its dome. The plans were designed by Gustave Eiffel in 1869. However, it was built after his death. Is one of the most beautiful constructions in the north of the country. Stands out the wooden work of Christ and the Antonio’s house.
●Palacio Municipal de Chiclayo, The Municipal Palace Built on 1919, it has the republican style of the time. This building was destroyed by a fire and in 2006 was rebuilt, and now function as a museum. It was declared Cultural and national patrimony, on January 16 of 2006.
● Plazuela Elías Aguirre: was built in 1924 by the Peruvian sculptor David Lozano, in honor of the commander Elías Aguirre, Chiclayan hero of the Combat of Angamos. It’s located between Elías Aguirre Street and San José street.
● Basílica de San Antonio: 7 blocks from the main square is the Basilica of San Antonio, built-in 1949. The main nave is wide, with arches. It is located between Torres Paz Street and Luis Gonzales Avenue.
● Museo Tumbas Reales de Sipán: Is located on the Lambayeque Department, his architectural style is inspired by the Pyramids of the Mochica Culture. This museum has one of the best gold collections, with over 2 thousand gold pieces. The importance of the museum is see how powerful and adored was the Lord of Sipan, and how was the status between the citizens of that time and period. It shows how the people lived, and being considered semi-gods to the people.
● El Paseo de las Musas: t's a peatonal road following a small, tiny waterway. On the road, there are statues of historical or myhtical figures. We found a portal supported by five meters high caryatids. Title granted is written: HEROICA CIUDAD DE CHICLAYO. It was built in the years 1994 and 1995.