Mexica Hall, Chapultepec Park and Castle
One of the best of its kind offers you wonderful insights and knowledge of Mexico. Enjoy an exclusive selection of it's highlights and most representative hall: The mexica hall. The mexica also known as aztecs or tenochcas founded their Capital Mexico-Tenochtitlan in the year of 1325. The anthropology museum keeps the most important collection of the aztec/mexica culture.
Explore the Chapultepec park and admire reference to Mexico's Prehispanic past, such as the remains of aqueducts that once carried water to the Capital Mexico-Tenochtitlan, there are also some aztec-era stone carvings and the mexican tree "The Sargent" planted 500 years ago. Discover the spot were the Cincalco's
cave was and the secret legend behind this place.
And finally a short visit to the Castle at the top of "El cerro del chapulin" (Hill of grasshoppers).
The Castle has played various roles: royal residence, military academy, presidential home and currently
Mexico's national history museum.
Pick up a t hotel at 8. 30 am
Arriving to Anthropology Museum at 9:00 am
Walking tour to Chapultepec Park 11. 00 am
Chapultepec 11:10 am
Arriving to the Castle 11:40 am
Back to hotel 1:40 pm
Arriving to Hotel at 2:30 pm
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 6 hours
Traffic might affect the duration of the tour.
Weather conditions might affect this tour.
Suburban with air conditioning.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
600 Mexican pesos - With this budget you can pay the admission fee to anthropology museum and the admission fee to the castle.
And also you can pay for some refreshments and snacks.
My licensed guide just allow me to give tours in Mexico city and Teotihuacan.
Museums are closed on mondays in Mexico city.
Booking must be made with one week in advance for the tours with cooking classes.
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Jaqueline is a delightful, knowledgeable, and professional guide. We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the Anthropology museum, Chapultepec and Castillo. She took time to get to know us, noting our interests and catering the tour to address our collective curiosities. She also provided us with helpful recommendations of places to visit during the rest of our stay. Jaqui is also incredibly conscientious, always checking in with our needs and energy levels. We would highly recommend Jaqueline as a guide!