The largest museum in Mexico is a treasure chest of archeological history.
Founded in 1964, Mexico City’s National Museum of Anthropology focuses on the country’s pre-Columbian history, with a collection that includes everything from Aztec headdresses to Mayan masks. The building is a sprawling 800,000 square feet and feels as monumental as the artifacts found within its walls thanks to the bold concrete design from architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, Jorge Campuzano and Rafael Mijares Alcérreca.
If You Go
Paseo de la Reforma & Calzada Gandhi S/N, Chapultepec Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, 11560
Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
+52 55 4040 5300
Tuesday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Closed Mondays
Mexico City Transit serves the National Museum of Anthropology.
Recommended time to spend:
At least two hours
Where to stay
Radisson Paraiso Hotel Mexico City provides business travelers with a stress-free stay within minutes from many large corporation centers. Popular attractions like Carillo Gil Art Museum, Templo Mayor, KidZania Cuicuilco, and Six Flags Mexico are all within a 10 minute drive of the hotel.
Radisson Hotel Del Rey Toluca is situated directly in the business sector of the Tollocan neighborhood just off Highway 15. The indoor gardens, indoor pool, Malinalco Restaurant, Carruajes Bar, and fitness center are all amenities that are offered to our guests.
Surrounded by palm trees in the “City of Eternal Spring”, the Radisson Hotel Quinta Rubelinas Cuernavaca offers contemporary Mexican architecture in a garden setting. The hotel amenities include a business center, fitness center, outdoor pool, and free parking.
The four-star accommodations of Radisson Poliforum Plaza Hotel Leon make both business and leisure travelers feel right at home. The hotel offers 24-hour room service, spa, heated outdoor pool, fitness center, and free parking.