The Plaza de las Tres Centurias is a tourist complex that was formed based on the railroad industry of the State of Aguascalientes. It owes its name to those parts of the buildings that adorn the square that were built in three different periods, the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. Within the park you can visit other sites like the Garden Station which has became almost a tradition to go for a walk in the evenings and listen to the bands. The Plaza of the Three Centuries has other attractions such as the beautiful locomotive at the entrance that is called The Hidrocálida; the fountain of the Dancers Water, the largest in Latin America as it can display up to 60 different colors and reach up to 12 meters. The Monumental Clock was built in honor of workers in the Roundhouse, and the Flag Pole and the monumental flag, the largest in the state that can be seen from Madero Street in the historic center being 30 meters in length and 17.5 meters wide. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.