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Mexico City is home to one of the most authentic and incredible profiles in the world. A unique blend of modern culture and tradition that anyone who visits immediately falls in love with. A one-of-a-kind city that will surprise you with its impressive cultural offerings, as well as with its outdoor spaces, architecture and exquisite cuisine.
This museum has a permanent display of mechanical clocks, as well as various antiques related to the history of music, mechanical, electrical and historical furniture. During your tour, you can listen to original melodies on old music players, including everything from a 19th century phonograph and music box, to gramophones from the early 20th century.
The magical Barrio de Coyoacán neighborhood is one of the oldest, most picturesque and cultural places in Mexico City. Parks, museums and spaces dedicated to culture complete the selection of tourist attractions offered by this gem in the south of the city.
Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo’s House-Study Museum
The twin houses, declared an Artistic Monument in 1998, were built for Diego Rivera in 1931. It is dedicated to preserving the memory of the muralist painter and his wife; as well as to the study and analysis of his artistic generation. It was one of the first functionalist constructions in Latin America and is a must-see and attractive piece of architecture for visitors.
Centro de Artes Vivas
Space for people of all ages that holds concerts, avant-garde art galleries, workshops, plays, sports activities and other events. Enjoy the green area where you can lie on the grass, rest on benches or sit on the last step of what seems like an outdoor forum to enjoy the views of this place.
National Museum of Popular Culture
This museum is dedicated to preserving and disseminating the country’s different cultural manifestations. It not only houses paintings and objects, but there are also Mixtec music concerts, Purépecha dances and recitals in Nahuatl, among others. The fact that this museum does not have a permanent exhibition makes it a different and unique experience. .
Masayoshi Ōhira Park
Residents call it “Pagoda Park” and for some time it was the scene of several films, to later be forgotten about for a decade. In 2015, the park was rescued and renamed Masayoshi Ohira Park, in honor of the Prime Minister of Japan, who became the first Japanese politician to visit our country.
One of the most colorful and traditional markets in Mexico City. It still holds on to certain unique characteristics that make this market a must-see. In addition to finding the typical things you see in most markets, it also offers delicious snacks, traditional food, juices and smoothies, crafts, costumes for all occasions, typical and fashionable clothes and traditional Mexican toys, among many other products.