Paseo de la Reforma, s/n,
Colonia Polanco Chapultepec,
Ciudad de MĂ©xico

Located in the Bosque de Chapultepec in Mexico City is one of the most famous museums in the Federal District, the National Museum of Anthropology. The museum was opened in 1964 and displays a collection of 10,000 original works of art. It hosts a permanent collection dedicated to the different cultures which have marked the history of Mexico, such as works which belong to the Toltec, Teotihuacán, Aztec and Maya civilisations.

On the first floor you will we able to wander through the pre-Hispanic Mexico exhibition with elements as famous as the Aztec Sun Stone and the Heads of Olmec in Tabasco.

It is renowned as the most important museum in Mexico and has an Ethnography Gallery on the second floor where you can discover what modern life is like for the indigenous.

Mexico City Travel Guide | Museums in Mexico City

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