A Chapultapec Park entrance near Ave Reforma.
In the park be sure to visit the Museum of Modern Art as well as the Museum of Natural History and don't forget the Museum of Anthropology.
And of course Chapultapec Castle. Which is now the National History Museum.
IF you're bringing children to the park visit the Papalote Children's Museum; one of the largeest and most technologicaly sophisticated touch and do museums in the world. Over 250 interactive exhibits relate to art, science, and technology. Computerized games are both fun for children and the young at heart.
The National Art Museum is found at Tacuba 8 about a half-block from Bellas Artes. The Mexico City Museum at Pino Suarez 30 is another downtown must see.
The Diego Rivera Studio and Museum is located on Diego Rivera 2 in San Angel. The Frida Kahlo Museum is at Londres 247 in Coyoacan.
Fountains and superb statues dot and enhance the entire city of Mexico.
The Museum of the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe is located in Plaza of the Americas. This is one of Mexico's holiest shrines. Drive up Insurgentes Norte then turn right at the Lindavista Cinema. It was here in 1531 Saint Juan Diego saw a vision of the Virgin Mary.
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