Feel the magic of Mexico City’s Aztec heritage during this tour with a bilingual guide. Explore some of the last relics of the Aztec civilization that have survived the passing of time and do not queue to see in depth the Museo del Templo Mayor.
In 1978, the power company workers made a surprising discovery: an eight-ton stone carving of the Aztec goddess Coyolxauhqui. Mexico City then decided to demolish colonial-era buildings and excavate the Templo Mayor.
The archaeological site is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and there you can see with your own eyes the ruins of the Aztec capital that existed before Cortés and the conquistadors arrived on the Mexican coast. You can see the original foundations and in the museum you can inspect many of the fascinating objects found in the excavation.
With your guide you will take a walk through one of the oldest streets of the Templo Mayor and you will also see elements of colonial and postcolonial life, such as the old archiepiscopal palace of the Museum of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit.
Redeem the digital ticket for a printed one at the Amigo Zócalo hotel, located a short distance from the museum.
You can cancel up to 24 hours before the day of your visit.