Things to Do in Mexico City

Things to Do in Mexico City, Mexico - Mexico City Attractions

Things to Do in Mexico City

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  • SteveBasha
    Pattaya, Thailand27 contributions
    A most amazing museum, both architecturally and culturally. I highly recommend a tour guide for first time visitors, as the exhibitions often need some interpretation and occasionally lack English translations. We used Lic. Alma Garcia, who sometimes waits near the entrance to the museum, and she was amazing during a two-hour tour for $35. I highly recommend her. She can be reached at +55.1332.4321, or almacecilia_dhl@yahoo.com.mx.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • hermandree
    Hickory, NC332 contributions
    It is a a lot of walking but it is worth it. There are many places to stop and relax, take your time and enjoy the scenery. Everything is beautifully maintained and easy to maneuver. I love that you can be outside while seeing interior design features.
    Written May 24, 2022
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  • jt20062017
    El Paso, TX44 contributions
    A great place for all Christians. One of the must-see sites in Mexico City. It is easy to get there and lovely to walk around in the gardens.
    Written April 20, 2022
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  • Martinez tellez S
    3 contributions
    This beautiful building houses works by the greatest muralists ever seen.
    The entrance costs 80 mxn per person. If you take pictures with your cell phone, you do not have to pay extra.
    Written May 27, 2022
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  • PapaMarkie
    Ajijic, Mexico418 contributions
    Clean square with a very nice fountain. Many nice restaurants surrounding the town square. And of course, the artisans' market right off the square.
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • Dom M
    6 contributions
    A wonderful and inspiring place to visit, albeit within a very controlled environment. The exhibitions were carefully curated and there was a good balance of artworks and artefacts. Very insightful exhibition on Frida's wardrobe, including her corsets etc.
    We visited on a Sunday afternoon and it was packed and we had to queue outside for a considerable time before we could enter. The gardens were tranquil and one of the highlights of this museum.
    The cost of admission was very high for Mexico and we had to pay an extra 30 pesos to be able to take photos, but it was worth it! I didn't look in the shop but my partner informed me that it was not worth looking at anyway.
    Written May 3, 2022
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  • Mariela
    75 contributions
    This square is impressive the cathedral the palacio have a lot of history.. the templo mayor is the crazy part of the square.. the only thing that makes pictures and view bad is the structure that block the perfect vision of everything
    Written April 10, 2022
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  • The Soumaya Museum is known to be a non-profit cultural institution that was founded in 11994. It has three venues in Mexico City. The first is Plaza Loreto, Plaza Carso and the Casa Museo Guillermo Tovar de Teresa. Its main task is to share some of its collections such as the "Carlos Slim Foundation" that offers more than 3 centuries of American and European art, in meeting spaces for all, that motivate reflection and dialogue in the Latin American cultural scene, through commitment and social action. It preserves, protects and investigates the art collection and promotes some temporary and itinerant national and international exhibitions of various kinds. This museum contains • Pre-Hispanic Pieces •Collection of medals, coins, banknotes of the largest viceroyalty.
    Written May 26, 2022
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  • jt20062017
    El Paso, TX44 contributions
    Imagine it was once a city on the island and Cortez took it from the side of the water. Imagine how horrified the Christians were when they saw children sacrificed to the gods. The museum is very educative and the ruins of the city and temple are very interesting.
    Written April 20, 2022
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  • Creeping_Death_LA
    Los Angeles, CA4,161 contributions
    This park is huge and is the hangout for many local families and tourists alike. It reminded me of Central Park in NY where one can sit and people watch, eat, drink, relax on the grass, and ride paddle boats. We were on our way up to the Castle but they block the road way before sunset.
    Written May 27, 2022
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  • jane h
    4 contributions
    This building is the offices of the secretary of public education I believe. The murals are on the walls of the buildings surrounding a courtyard.It is for free to enter. There are murals on 3 floors. Not many visitors. I recommend coming here when you are visiting the Centro historic.
    The murals are beautiful and tell a story of Mexico ‘s revolution I think. Unfortunately most of the signs are in Spanish. You may want to read up on this before coming. Or you may want to walk around and just admire the artistry of Diego Riviera.
    Written May 23, 2022
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  • David W
    Atlanta, GA282 contributions
    Beyond the exhibits, it is the building and its architecture that itself is incredible. The art covers different periods and styles, so it really comes down to a matter of personal taste what someone would like. We found some of the marble sculptures to be incredible.
    Written January 21, 2022
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  • Jeffrey K
    Jackson, WY7 contributions
    OMG. You haven't been to CDMX if you haven't gone to Lucha Libre. at the arena. Not sure who is more fun the wrestlers or the crowd. Great night out.
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • George S
    Miami Beach, FL900 contributions
    Probably the spine and main avenue of the new Mexico City. It is a wide and bustling avenue, lined with hotels and interesting office buildings and monuments. On Sundays it turns into a big pedestrian mall where people bike, jog or just stroll down it’s length.
    Written April 10, 2022
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  • Maribel Saldivar
    Mexico City, Mexico3 contributions
    This place is very nice, well, the attention they give you is very pleasant, on the other hand, the visit this museum is know more about the history of the human and about acts of which you had not idea that happened in the world. Leavitin that place you will have a series of felleings found and you will notice, that the evil of the man is infinite, taking you a reflection very deep about
    that you are doing bad, clearly go to is place is a of the most beautiful experiences that you can have. It´s therefore that the museum of “Memoria y Tolerancia” located in the mexico city is very recommendable to visit.
    Written May 25, 2022
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