The National Museum of Anthropology is a way to understand our present through the knowledge of our past.
It houses a large collection of objects and sculptures that this time you can admire in the company of a professional. Your tour guide will take you through the corridors of this great National Museum of Anthropology, where you will learn a part of the interesting worldview of the indigenous peoples of Mexico.
This museum is one of the most important in Latin America and was built in the 1960s by architect Pedro Ramirez Vazquez. You will be able to appreciate it in the course of 4 hours, in which you will visit the different rooms and learn about the interesting history of Pre-Columbian Mexico.
In addition, you will be able to contemplate the most important pieces of the museum such as: The Aztec Calendar, The Colossal Olmec Head, the Mask of Pakal, accompanied by a brief explanation.
And, through the objects and beautiful sculptures that you will observe during your tour, you will be able to know and imagine how the people of the past lived. You will have a walk full of history that will leave you wanting to continue exploring the findings that give meaning to the present of the Mexican nation.
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