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Mexico City Tour, Anthropology Museum & Fine Arts Palace

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City tour + Anthropology Museum
Adult Ages 12+
$32
Child Ages 3-11
$28
City tour + Anthropology Museum + Fine Arts Palace
Adult Ages 12+
$35
Child Ages 3-11
$32

Mexico City Tour, Anthropology Museum & Fine Arts Palace Combo

Come and see the most important monuments in Mexico City on a visit that includes access to the most important theatre of its kind: Fine Arts Palace. (if you slect the option)

You will have access to the 23 showrooms that showcase the history and the traditional artifacts of Mexico, including the Aztec Stone of the Sun.

We will continue the trip in the historic center. There, you will visit the Zócalo, where the Aztec empire was once held. Learn from your guide about “El Gran Tenochtitlan” (“The Great Tenochtitlan”), which was then demolished by the Spanish conquest to build the colonial city. Admire the marvelous Metropolitan Cathedral and feel the hectic atmosphere with locals walking by.

Continue your trip while you walk along one of the most crowded streets of the center and admire some emblematic buildings from the outside, like the National Palace. If you select the option, you will then visit the Fine Arts Palace, which is considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. Here you will enjoy a guided visit through the interior and be able to appreciate the murals inside the palace painted by the artists Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros.

Highlights:

  • Templo Mayor
  • Metropolitan Cathedral
  • National Palace
  • Anthropology Museum
  • Reforma Avenue

Note: We advise you to wear comfortable shoes as part of the tour involves a moderate amount of walking.

Inclusions:

  • Entrance fee to the Anthropology Museum
  • Behind-the-scenes access to the Fine arts Palace (if option selected)
  • Professional guide

Exclusions:

  • Optional tips
  • Food and drinks

Meeting Points:

  • At the flagpole in front of the main entrance to the Museum of Anthropology at 08:50h