National Museum of Anthropology


Member Rating 4 out of 5 by Vikike on October 12, 2005

The National Museum of Anthropology is located in the Bosque de Chapultepec. It is quite a big museum, with exhibitions about the inhabitants and cultures of Mexico from the times dating back to the first habitation of the Americas up to the years of the Spanish occupation and the coming years of independence. I’d suggest that everybody who visits Mexico City to go to this museum, as it gives you a great overview of Mexican history and culture, even if you only spend 2 to 3 hours there. If you are more interested, you can easily pass a whole day there, as there are a lot of videos to watch and interesting stories and facts to read about. The museum also houses a library. The entrance fee is only 38 pesos.
National Museum of Anthropology
Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Ghandi
Mexico City, Mexico, 11560
52-5-286-5195

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