Take advantage of this one-day guided tour to discover the Mexican capital and its most important museum: the National Museum of Anthropology!
You'll meet your guide in front of the National Museum of Anthropology's modern building and tour of the most important museums on the American continent. Inaugurated in 1964, this museum celebrates Mexico's indigenous heritage and the museum houses an impressive collection of pre-Hispanic objects gathered from all over the country. Accompanied by your guide you'll trace the history of the different Mesoamerican civilizations while admiring one of the museum's masterpieces: the Aztec calendar!
After this visit, you and your guide will board a bus and take a panoramic sightseeing tour of Reforma Avenue and its New Bicentennial Column. You'll discover the historic centre of Mexico City - the ruins of Templo Mayor also known as the Great Pyramid of Tenochtitlan and then continue on foot to see numerous famous buildings such as the Cathedral, the National Palace and the Fine Arts Palace.
Your tour will end after a superb half-day exploring Mexico City.