If you like art, you should go to this museum. The building's arquitecture is so unique. You would love it.
This museum is beautiful. It has the collection of one of the wealthiest man on earth. Carlos Slim.
Un lugar excelente para visitar pintura, escultura, obras de arte todo en un mismo y moderno museo/ An excellent modern museum that counts with paintings, sculptures, and artworks all at the same beautiful place
A great musemum in the middle of the most important neighborhood in México, also a very important business zone
The Soumaya Museum strikes at first sight. Its design is the work of the Mexican Fernando Romero, advised by the prestigious architect Frank Gehry, and stands out for its extremely complex curved roof facade with organic shapes, made up of 16 thousand aluminum hexagons.
This geometric, aluminum-clad form museum echoes the organic influence of Frank Gehry. This private collection of 66,000 works extending from Mesoamerica to modern day was founded, relocated, and housed at the expense billionaire Carlos Slim.
This museum is a 60.000 plus collection. Not only pretty from the outside but also interesting pieces to look at inside the silver building. The entrance is free.
Super cool building! and some of the best Rodin works of art. After all one of the richest men on earth is mexican (Carlos Slim).
“The Inbursa Aquarium is one of the largest in Latin America. You can meet more than five thousand animals of more than 230 different species. It consists of four underground floors. The tour begins at the lowest level where there is a sunken ship. On the second floor there are jellyfish, clown fish and other marine life. On the third floor there are freshwater species such as the axolotl and reptiles, and on the fourth floor is the commercial area.”
“One of the best museums in the country. You´ll be able to learn about our culture. The entrance fee is less than 5 USD. Sunday is a popular day, you will sure have to make a line if you get there over 11 am. Almost all museums in Mexico are closed on monday. ”
“Be amazed by the magnificent views of the Forest and the city, a place steeped in history. The top of the Cerro del Chapulín has been since pre-Hispanic times a place of recreation for the leaders. Until 1939 it was an official residence, and today it houses the National Museum of History.”
“If you like shopping, you will love this sky mall. You will find all the entertainment you may need!”