Pyramids, ancient primates, and more! The National Museum of Anthropology is the most visited museum in Mexico and one of the most complete history museums in the world. Everything is housed within a monumental structure that has exhibition rooms surrounded by gardens and a huge central square in the shape of a concrete umbrella.
Cross the threshold of the National Museum of Anthropology, but be sure to wear comfortable shoes. The building is huge and you will need several hours to see it all!
This guided tour takes you to see the Aztec Sun Stone – this 500-year-old sculpture is perhaps the most famous Aztec sculpture in the world and one not to be missed.
You will find, interwoven between this labyrinth of cultures and artifacts, the history of the Teotihuacán pyramids, whose construction lasted 350 years.
You can also explore temporary and other permanent exhibitions on Aztec life and architecture and indigenous people today.
Meet the guide at the mast in front of the museum entrance and show the digital ticket.
Children up to 12 years old pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
Cancellation may be possible depending on the chosen ticket.