Opened in 1968, this museum is one of the best of its kind. A gigantic statue of the water god Tláloc, weighing approximately... More
Museo Nacional de Antropología
Opened in 1968, this museum is one of the best of its kind. A gigantic statue of the water god Tláloc, weighing approximately 200 tons, is poised near the entrance. Archaeological finds are exhibited throughout 11 halls depicting the different American cultures that flourished in this region of Mesoamerica. Ranging from the prehistoric until the Mexicas period, the civilizations highlighted include the Golfo, Teotihuacan, Maya and Tolteca. The cafeteria is worthwhile, and musicians often give performances here, using replicas of prehistoric instruments.