As part of the cultural heritage of our Mexico City, we have variety of museums, which show differecl.jpgnt interesting things and teach about our history. Some of the museums that Mexico has

  • The National Museum of Anthropology: An interesting place to see the history of all the different people that have lived in Mexico and who make it what it is today.


  • Museum of Bellas Artes:This museum is recognized as the maximum representative of the Mexican culture, it is the most important monument dedicated to the very best of the fine arts in all its manifestations.

  • Diego Rivera's Museum: This museum's only treasure is Diego Rivera´s mural "Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park," an engaging depiction of famous political, entertainment and society figures of the time.


  • **Childrens' Museum at "El Papalote**": Described by The New York Times as one of the largest and most technologically sophisticated "touch and do" museums in the world. This museum contains over 200 interactive exhibits grouped into five different themes related to the arts, science and technology. An IMAX theatre screens breathtaking films on Mexican culture, archaeology and other interesting topics.



1. The Zocalo of Mexico: The Zocalo of Mexico is the heart of Mexico City, this place represent the culture of the city.


2. Chapultepec Castle:Castle functioned as a Military School, and was, after convenient modifications, turned into the official residence of the emperor Maximiliano de Hasburgo.
The Castle became the National History Museum and the park was opened.(it is an unforgettable experience to contemplate the most wonderful view of the City from the Castle).

3.Teotihuacan: You'll have the opportunity to climb the magnificent Pyramids of the Sun and Moon and see the Butterflies Temple, the Avenue of the Dead and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl (believe me it is an amazing experience).


4.The Basilica of Guadalupe: The second most visited Catholic site in the world, after the Vatican, is a gigantic complex that will help you understand more about Mexico’s culture, religion, and people (being there you will feel good).