Unlike Santa Mónica, this former convent was unable to postpone confiscation and served variously as barracks, hospital, and public housing. It's now the home of the Museo de Arte Popular. It can be seen only by tour, which includes a visit to the kitchen where mole was invented, and a large display of the crafts practiced in the state. If you enjoy handicrafts, don't miss this place, but the experience varies greatly depending on the knowledge of the tour guide. I've had good guides; I've had bad guides. Unfortunately, the best don't speak English. Tours take 1 hour and usually start on the hour.