This is one of the city’s most emblematic sites. It safeguards Mexico’s indigenous legacy with slightly more than a half century since it was founded. Don’t miss it!
Av. Paseo de la Reforma N/N, Polanco, Chapultepec Forest Section I, Miguel Hidalgo, 11560, Mexico City.
Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum
Known as Tamayo or the Rufino Tamayo Museum, it opened its doors in 1981, and, since then, it has been devoted to presenting the most significant modern and contemporary art, both national and international.
Modern Art Museum
The site has an exceptional exhibit that covers a time span from 1920 to date. It’s located inside the Chapultepec Forest.
The zoo brings together 1,210 specimens of 204 species of wildlife from Mexico and around the world.
With its baroque and neoclassical architectural design, this building holds the memory of Mexican history from the conquest of Tenochtitlan through to the Mexican Revolution. It’s located in Section I of the Chapultepec Forest.