National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico

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General Information

The National Museum of Anthropology is a national museum of Mexico that is dedicated to anthropology, it is situated in Mexico City. The museum was established in a purpose-built building in 1964 that was designed by architects Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, Jorge Campuzano and Rafael Mijares Alcerreca. It contains significant archaeological and anthropological artefacts from Mexico's pre-Columbian heritage. The museum is seen as a national treasure, it is the largest and most visited museum in Mexico.

Getting there

The museum is situated in Chapultepec Park. The closest metro station is ‘Auditorio’ on line 7. The 7 and 76 buses stop right outside of the museum.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open six days a week, Tuesday to Sunday 9am-7pm with Mondays being a weekly day of closure. Admission is set at 75MXN.

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  • Paseo de la Reforma & Calzada Gandhi S/N, Chapultepec Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, 11560 Ciudad de México, Mexico
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  • +52 55 4040 5370

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