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Mexico City Sightseeing Tour with Anthropology Museum and Behind-the-Scenes at Bellas Artes
"After pickup from your Mexico City hotel you will meet your guide and head to historic downtown. There you will visit the Zocalo where the Aztec empire was once seated. Learn from your guide about “The Great Tenochtitlan” which was later demolished by the Spanish conquest to build the colonial city. Admire the wonderful Metropolitan Cathedral and feel the hustle and bustle of loca head to the Palace of Fine Arts known as Palacio de Bellas Artes which is considered one of the world's most beautiful buildings. Here
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Viator Exclusive: Chapultepec Castle Early Access plus National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City
"Start your tour at Chapultepec Park the largest city park in the world and take a train up to the top of Chapultepec Hill and reach Chapultepec Castle (Castillo de Chapultepec). With this Viator Exclusive you'll arrive as one of the first visitors of the day to explore the 12 halls of the 18th-century castle and enjoy the rooms and exhibits without being jostled by crowds. During your 2-hour tour wander through sun-lit halls up and down marble staircases and into Neoclassical-style apartments. Hear about Chapultepec’s origins as a retreat for Aztec rulers before it was partially destroyed and rebuilt into the home of Emperor Maximilian of Habsburg. It then served as the resi from the pre-Columbian era through Spanish colonialism to Mexico’s revolution and its independence.Admire the state carriages of Benito Juárez and Emperor Maximilian
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City Tour in Mexico City
"You will be picked up from your hotel and enjoy a tour visiting the historical center of Mexico City one of the largest UNESCO World Heritage Cities. The tour includes major attractions such as: the Zocalo (main square) the National Palace with the murals of Diego Rivera the Metropolitan Cathedral as well as a panoramic view of the Templo Mayor the City of the Azteca culture with over 2000 years of history. Continue the tour to Chapultepec Park
From $54.00

Museo de Antropologia Tips (31)

Amazing!

Amazing! I've spent hours at this museum, and been three times. I plan on going back. The ground floor has exhibits from the various indigenous groups of Mexico organized by region and the upper...
capodicasa
Dec 15, 2015

Museo de Antropologia

This is probably the best-known Museum of Mexico City: treasures from all major pre-columbian cultures are collected here. Around the inner courtyard, each exibition area is dedicated to a different...
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MichaelFalk1969
Jan 20, 2014

National Museum of Anthropology

This museum was my main purpuse while visiting Mexico City.The Museo Nacional de Antropología (National Museum of Anthropology) is a national museum of Mexico. It’s one of the most interesting museums...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Jan 06, 2012

National Museum of Anthropology

Museo National de AntropologiaGo as soon as it is open. i could only spend here 3 hours rather had 4 hours here.for how to go here i dont know exacly as i have been brought by two couples and walked...
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dila
Apr 04, 2011

Museum of Anthropology

It is located in Chapultepec Park and contains anthropological treasures from Mexico such as the Aztec Calendar. It also offers temporary exhibitions. A great way to learn about Mexico and its...
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cinthya_in_victoria
Apr 04, 2011

The National Museum of Anthropology

Mexico's largest museum houses the main collection of its archaeological and ethnographic heritage. The ground level shows the archaeological collections and its gardens have reconstructions of...
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ciberamigo
Apr 04, 2011

Anthropology Museum

This museums is one of the most imporant museums in the city. If you are intersted in ancient cultures - this is the right place. Here you will find important information about the all ancient...
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jumanuel
Apr 04, 2011

Museo Nacional de Antropologia

This is one of the most important museums in Mexico, with a huge collection of Aztec and other pre-hispanic objects and art.This museum also has some great temporary exhibitions of items from other...
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Laura_Mexico
Feb 24, 2009

Museo Nacional de Anthropologia

It didnt even occur to me to come here. It wasnt on my list of things to do but I met with VT member Yvon and he suggested we go. I am really glad we did. We actually could have walked to this place...
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malianrob
Sep 12, 2008

Museo Nacional de Anthropoligia de Mexico

Very interesting place, well worth a visit! I was facinated by all the presentations and exhibits. Most of them include artifacts from the pre-colombian period of Mexico. Everything is written in...
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Arial_27
Aug 14, 2008

Anthropology Museum - Museo de Antropologia

Designed in 1963 by Pedro Ramirez Vazquez. opened in 1964 by President Adolfo Lopez Mateos. In the middle of the exhibition halls there's a patio with a pond and some Fish and turtles. There's also a...
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anagrettel
May 01, 2007

The Anthropology museum "Museum of Antropologia"

The most visited museum in México city. The best place to discover the Aztec, Maya, Olmec, Toltec and Zapotec culture and much more. It's a huge museum, I haven't visited all yet. The signage is both...
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May 01, 2007
 
 
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Things to Do Near Museo de Antropologia

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Museo de Arte Moderno

The building which holds this museum itself is part of the collection, as it was built on purpose. Its architects, Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon and Abraham Zabludovsky, were awarded the National Art Prize...
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Paseo de la Reforma

The Paseo de la Reforma is a long boulevard that connects the city centre with Chapultepec Parc. It is dotted with interesting modern architecture, for example the "Caballito" sculpture, the stock...
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Polanco

as the city tour busy was driving me through, i could sense that it was the posh side of mexico city. international brands, luxurious shops, and embassies were the main feature of this area....
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La Zona Rosa

La Zona Rosa literally means "the pink zone", and is the gay district in Mexico City. There are a lot of bars, dance blus, strip clubs (for the gay and the straight) places to eat and shop. It is a...
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Turibus

Even though I like to explore the city by myself, this time i opted to board The Turibus which takes you pretty much everywhere and is a Hop-on - Hop-off service around the city, By the way I decided...
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Monumento a la Revolucion

This art-déco monument dedicated to the Mexican Revolution, is in the Plaza de la República, where the Museo Nacional de la Revolución is also located. The building was actually commissioned by...
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  • Sunday 09:00 to 19:00
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 09:00 to 19:00
  • Wednesday 09:00 to 19:00
  • Thursday 09:00 to 19:00
  • Friday 09:00 to 19:00
  • Saturday 09:00 to 19:00

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