5 de Mayo Civic Center (Centro Cívico 5 de Mayo) is about 15 blks. n.e. of the Zócalo on top of a steep hill (Cerro de Guadalupe). It is best reached by bus. This park, set amid groves of eucalyptus trees, includes several public facilities as well as Forts Loreto and Guadalupe .
Museums include the Regional Museum of Anthropology and History (Museo Regional de Antropología y Historia); the Planetarium (El Planetario); the IMAGINA Interactive Museum (IMAGINA Museo Interactivo); Expo Puebla, an exhibition hall on the Puebla state fairgrounds; and the Relicario Bullring (Plaza de Toros El Relicario). The bubble-domed Reforma Auditorium (Auditorio de la Reforma) seats 2,000.