Mexico City: Anthropology Museum Private Full Day Tour
- 8 Hours
- 8 Hours
- On request
Tour the historical surroundings of Mexico City. You will drive down Reforma Avenue, built by the emperor, Maximilian, along which some of the most important monuments in the city are located; Juarez Avenue, along La Alameda Park and the Palacio de Bellas Artes, designed and erected by the Italian architect, Adamo Boari; then 5 de Mayo Street, until reaching the main square or Zocalo.
At this last site, you will visit Palacio Nacional, current seat of the government, which walls are decorated with frescoes by Diego Rivera, one of Mexico's great contemporary painters; the Cathedral, a living example of colonial architecture; and the Templo Mayor (Main Temple). Later, the tour takes you to Chapultepec Park, driving through Las Lomas residential area, one of the most high-end neighborhoods of the capital city. The largest museum in Mexico. The building is one of the most beautiful examples of Mexican contemporary architecture.
After lunch you will visit the famed Anthropology Museum. Here you will visit the Mesoamerica halls, where the origins of ancient Mexico's civilizations will be revealed; Teotihuacan, Aztec, Olmec (the mother culture) and the Maya civilization that developed in the Mexican southeast and in part of Central America, whose greatness has been recognized for its advanced knowledge of architecture, astronomy, mathematics, philosophy and art.
Duration: 8 Hours
Departs: 9 a.m. - Returns: 5 p.m.
From: Mexico City