Santa Maria Church Cathedral
- Situated on the eastside of the main square, it was inaugurated in 1864, hundred and thirty years after the begining of its construction. The style is colonial baroque and built out of stone and mud bricks as well as plaster. The altar is made of cedar wood and gates of carob. The columns are of Roman Style, refracted and painted afterwards.
Town Hall Palace
- A republic building, ornamented with forged iron windows and doors, with a strong Spanish XVI century influence. The building is a mixture of greek-roman and art-novae styles, crowned with a clock tower and a belfry.
- It is situated on Torrez Paz street. Built at the end of the 19th century and now declared a National Historic Monument. Unique in its kind for its structure. The high altar and the adyacent altar piece are covered with silver and gold plates.
San Antonio Convent
- Known as "San Antonio of the Barefooted Fathers of Chiclayo". The architecture is modern (1949), the wide principal nave has arches with half points. The high altar with the crucified Christ, sculpture in polychrome wood, stands out.