Mexico City Sights

Mexico City's principal sights fall into three areas. Allow a full day to cover each thoroughly, although you could race through them in four or five hours apiece. You can generally cover the first area—the Zócalo and Alameda Central—on foot. Getting around Zona Rosa, Bosque de Chapultepec, and Colonia Condesa may require a taxi ride or two (though the Chapultepec metro stop is conveniently

close to the park and museums), as will Coyoacán and San Angel in southern Mexico City.

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Centro Histórico 25

Bosque de Chapultepec 8

San Angel 8

La Condesa 8

Coyoacán 6

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La Roma 4

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Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso

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The college, a colonial building with lovely patios, started out in the 18th century as a Jesuit school for the sons of wealthy Mexicans.

Casa Lamm Cultural Center

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Inside this small mansion and national monument artists are nurtured and browsers are welcomed with three exhibition spaces, a library,...

Casa Luis Barragán

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Casa Luis Barragán. As you travel through the capital, it would be nearly impossible to note all of the architectural styles, since...

El Papalote, Museo del Niño

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Five themed sections compose this excellent interactive children's discovery museum: I Communicate, I Am, I Belong, I Express, and I...

Galería OMR

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Tucked away in a typical Colonia Roma house, with an early-20th-century stone facade and quirkily lopsided exhibition rooms, this active...

Laboratorio Arte Alameda

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The facade of this refurbished building from the 1950s has a colonial air, but inside is one of the most contemporary art museums in...

Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo

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Some of Rivera's last paintings are still resting here on ready easels, and his denim jacket and shoes sit on a wicker chair, waiting.

Museo Casa de Leon Trotsky

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Resembling an anonymous and forbidding fortress, with turrets for armed guards, this house is where Leon Trotsky lived and was murdered.

Museo Diego Rivera–Anahuacalli

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Diego Rivera built his own museum for the thousands of pre-Columbian artifacts he collected over the years. The third-floor studio that...

Museo Dolores Olmedo Patiño

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In Xochimilco, on the outskirts of the city, is a superb collection of paintings by Frida Kahlo and the largest private collection of...

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