National Museum of Anthropology
There is a magnificent collection of pre-Hispanic cultures of Mexico.
We must go the museum with plenty of time in order to visit all its interesting exhibitions.
Don’t forget to stop in the Mayan room, Aztec room and Teotihuacan room. On top of that, the fountain that characterizes the entrance of the museum is one of the best architectural works of the city.
Palace of Fine Arts
The most popular art house in Mexico City. Inside the building we can admire beautiful murals made by Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, Rufino Tamayo and Siqueiros. In addition to being an architectural gem, the Palace of Fine Arts offers some of the most amazing art exhibitions in the country.
National Art Museum
This spectacular museum holds more than 3,000 pieces of art in the historic heart of the city. Most of the masterpieces date back to the 16th century until the first half of the 20th century. The building of this museum, without a doubt, is one of the most beautiful building of the historic center.
Memory and Tolerance Museum
Despite having some of the saddest and hardest exhibitions such as The Holocaust, discrimination, violence, and some others; this museum is truly beautiful. The objective of the museum is to offer a memorable tour and promote respect and tolerance within the rich diversity of human kind.
Modern Art Museum
Here you will be able to find incredible modern art exhibitions and contemporary exhibitions of Mexican and international artists. It is a great place to visit and it is located in the middle of Chapultepec forest. You cannot miss its amazing sculpture garden.
Located in the campus of Ciudad Universitaria, this museum has some of the most amazing temporary exhibitions of modern art. It is considered one of the best venues for modern art in Latin America. Don’t forget to visit the cafeteria for a delicious breakfast or lunch.