Chapultepec Castle is located on top of Chapultepec Hill. The name Chapultepec stems from the Náhuatl word chapoltepec which means "at the grasshopper's hill". It is located in the middle of Chapultepec Park in Mexico City at a height of 2,325 meters above sea level. The building has served several purposes during its history, including that of Military Academy, Imperial residence, Presidential home, observatory and currently museum.
Faustino Miranda Botanical Garden
The Faustino Miranda Botanical Garden is located next to the Sabinal river in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico. It was founded in 1951 under the trusteeship of Dr. Faustino Miranda who dedicated the greater part of his life to studying the flora of the state of Chiapas. Featured here are exhibits on the wood of Chiapas, medicinal plants, the flowers of chiapas, and many more. There is also a library specializing in botany.
Francisco Villa Museum
The Francisco Villa Museum is dedicated to the life and times of Mexican Revolutionary Francisco "Pancho" Villa. This museum is in Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico — the city where Villa was killed. The museum is located in the exact place where the assassination took place.
Historical Museum of the Mexican Revolution
The Historical Museum of the Mexican Revolution in the city of Chihuahua, Mexico is housed in the former estate of General Francisco Villa and his widow, Sra Maria Luz Corral de Villa. The house and its extensive collection of Villa memorabilia, as well as souvenirs and documents relating to other revolutionary leaders, was turned over to the Mexican government in 1981 upon the death of Mrs. Villa.
Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia
The Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH, National Institute of Anthropology and History) is a Mexican federal government bureau established in 1939 to guarantee the research, preservation, protection, and promotion of the prehistoric, archaeological, anthropological, historical, and paleontological heritage of Mexico. Its creation has played a key role in preserving the Mexican cultural heritage.
Museo del Concorde
The Museo del Concorde is a museum in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México which is dedicated to, and houses parts of, the supersonic airliner, Concorde. Concorde was a joint venture between Great Britain's British Airways and France's Air France and was retired in 2003.
Old Train Station and Railway Museum
The Old Train Station and Railway Museum is located in the city of Aguascalientes, in the state of Aguascalientes, in Mexico. Aguascalientes was once the largest hub in Mexico's rail system, and it held the largest workshop and warehouse complex in all Latin America.
Opened in 1992, the Mexico City's Ripley's Museum is shaped like a Medieval castle and has 14 exhibitions halls within it. It was the first of several Ripley's museums to open in Latin America.
San Juan de Ulúa
San Juan de Ulúa is a large fortress on an island overlooking the seaport of Veracruz, Mexico. It was built in the Spanish colonial era, starting in 1565. It was expanded several times later. Currently it is a museum.
Museo de Arte Moderno
The Museo de Arte Moderno or National Museum of Modern Art is located in Chapultepec Park, Mexico City, Mexico. The museum is part of the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and prepares exhibitions of national and international contemporary artists. The museum also hosts a permanent collection of art from Frida Kahlo, Olga Costa, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Leonora Carrington, Rufino Tamayo, Juan Soriano, and Vicente Rojo.
Vicente Fox Center of Studies, Library and Museum
The Vicente Fox Center of Studies, Library and Museum is a presidential history center founded by former President of Mexico (2000-2006) Vicente Fox near his ranch in Guanajuato, Mexico. The Center is funded by the Fox Center Civil Association
Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum
Mexico's Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum, located on Paseo de la Reforma, in Mexico City, was opened in 1981 as a repository for the collection that Rufino Tamayo and his wife Olga acquired during their lifetimes and ultimately gifted to the nation. The architect was Teodoro González de León, a renowned Mexican architect.
Museo Nacional de Antropología
The Museo Nacional de Antropología (MNA, or National Museum of Anthropology) is a national museum of Mexico. Located within Chapultepec Park in Mexico City, the museum contains significant archaeological and anthropological artifacts from the pre-Columbian heritage of Mexico, such as the Piedra del Sol (Aztec calendar stone) and the 16th-century Aztec statue of Xochipilli.
Aguascalientes City Museum
The Aguascalientes City Museum is located in the City of Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes as the premier Art Museum in the City. It was built in 1903 by José Refugio Reyes Rivas in a neoclassical style. Its facade outstands as a Greek Temple made out of groove capitals and columns. It is built in pink quarry.
Alhóndiga de Granaditas
The Alhóndiga de Granaditas (public granary) is an old grain storage building in Guanajuato City, Mexico. This historic building was created to replace an old granary near the city's river. Its construction lasted from 1798 to 1809, by orders of Juan Antonio de Riaño y Bárcena, a Spaniard who was the quartermaster of the city during the Viceroyality of New Spain. Currently it serves as a regional museum.
The Cristero Museum is the only museum in Mexico about the country's civil war that existed from 1767 until past the 1900s when peaceful coexistence was achieved. It is located in the city of Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, in central Mexico. The museum was opened to the public on March 20, 2003.
Alfa Planetarium is a planetarium located in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. This institution was created by ALFA in 1978 to promote science and technology in Latin America. It includes an interactive science museum, an Omnimax system cinema, an aviary, "The Universe Pavilion" and a great area for temporary exhibits and events. The Alfa Planetarium is one of the most visited cultural centers in Mexico.
Toy Museum Mexico
We are based in Mexico City. Our toy museum features antique toys from the late 1800's up to the 1970's. We would love to have you visit us in person. Here on our website is a preview of all that you will find...
Franz Mayer Museum
The Franz Mayer Museum, in Mexico City, is one of Latin America's best known museums. Opened on 17 June 1986 to accommodate and display the collections of Franz Mayer, it holds Mexico's largest decorative art collection and also hosts temporary exhibits in the fields of design and photography.
Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli
The Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli or simply Anahuacalli Museum is a museum located in Coyoacán, in the south of Mexico City. The unique museum was conceived and created by muralist Diego Rivera, who, motivated by his own interest in Mexican culture, collected near 60,000 pre-Hispanic pieces during his life and projected a building to place and exhibit them.
José Guadalupe Posada Museum
The José Guadalupe Posada Museum is located in the Mexican city of Aguascalientes, capital of the State of Aguascalientes, and birthplace of the graphic artist José Guadalupe Posada. The Museum displays the original signed printed plates with which he created his graphic images.
Museo Nacional de Arte
The Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL) is the Mexican National Art Museum, located in the historical center of Mexico City. The museum is housed in a neoclassical building at No. 8 Tacuba, Col. Centro, Mexico City. It houses a collection representing the history of Mexican art from the late pre-Hispanic era to the early 20th century.
Museo Nacional de Historia
The Museo Nacional de Historia is a national museum of Mexico, located in the first section of the Chapultepec Park inside the Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City. It hosts twelve showrooms that house objects from various stages in Mexican history, including the foundation of the Spanish Empire (known in Mexico as “The Conquest”), the New Spain and the Viceregal era, the Mexican War of Independence, the Reform movement and the Revolution of 1910.
The Amparo Museum is one of Mexico's most famous museums. It is located in Puebla and has a large collection of Prehispanic, Colonial, Modern and Contemporary Mexican art. The Amparo museum was created by Mr. Manuel Espinoza Iglesias in memory of his late wife Mrs. Amparo Rugarcia. It was opened on February 28, 1991.