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    • 1.
      9.6
      Tacuba 8 (Marconi), Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Eduardo N.

        Eduardo N. • July 2, 2016If in Mexico City do not miss this spectacular museum. Just visiting the building is worth it, but they also have the best collection of Mexican Art.

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    • 2.
      9.4
      Hidalgo 45 (Esq. con Valerio Trujano), Cuauhtemoc
      History Museum$$$$
      • Julia S.

        Julia S. • August 27, 2016Mayer, a German-born financier, left a collection of decorative arts spanning three centuries in trust to the Bank of Mexico. gorgeous 18th-century building with a quiet cloister.

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    • 3.
      9.4
      Dr. Enrique González Martínez 10 (Amado Nervo), Ciudad de México
      Museum$$$$
      • David A.

        David A. • March 6Gorgeous building, super interesting exhibitions. Currently showing the influence of punk on modern art.

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    • 4.
      9.2
      Plaza Juárez (Av. Juárez), Cuauhtemoc
      Museum
      • Lisa C.

        Lisa C. • November 6, 2016This was a great museum where we could learn and remember. Very highly recommended.

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    • 5.
      9.2
      Juárez, Centro Histórico, 06050 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico, Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Margarita K.

        Margarita K. • September 11, 2014Must see! A beautiful building with Art Deco style inside. Check out the theater as well as the museums on the 2nd & 3rd floor. Murals by Diego, Siquerios.

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    • 6.
      9.1
      Puente de Alvarado 50, Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Isma C.

        Isma C. • October 27, 2014Un museo arquitectónicamente hermoso rico en arte.

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    • 7.
      9.0
      Apartado 13 (Del Carmen), Delegación de Cuauhtémoc
      History Museum
      • Juristas UNAM

        Juristas UNAM • February 28, 2013Para hacer el recorrido en el museo debes hacer cita al 52089982, pero también puedes visitarlo el último miércoles de cada mes en la noche de museos, organizada por el gobierno del DF.

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    • 8.
      9.0
      Moneda 13 (Carmen), Cuauhtemoc
      History Museum$$$$
      • Oscar R.

        Oscar R. • January 21Es un precioso museo con lo mejor de las culturas del mundo una experiencia maravillosa

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    • 9.
      9.5
      Revillagigedo 11 (Independencia), Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Adrian C.

        Adrian C. • August 24, 2014Great place to get a general idea of the variety of cultures and art crafts you can find in Mexico. Its worth the 2 hours visit. The shop is great to get authentic souvenirs. Not cheap though.

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    • 10.
      9.4
      Justo Sierra 16 (República de Argentina y Carmen), Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum$$$$
      • 48 hrs A.

        48 hrs A. • April 15, 2013Visit the Museum of San Ildefonso and check out some of the unique and interesting temporary exhibits always on display. The colonial style of the building is amazing, you can't miss it.- Ale Valdivia

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    • 11.
      9.3
      Seminario 8 (República de Guatemala), Cuauhtemoc
      (Museo del Templo Mayor)
      History Museum$$$$
      • Jakob K.

        Jakob K. • September 25, 2014The site is confusing with its many layors of one pyramid sticking up! Bring a friend who knows the site ;) the museum is the best museum we have visited in Mexico so far! Learned a lot!

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    • 12.
      8.8
      Colima 145 (Cordoba), Ciudad de México
      Museum
      • Toby S.

        Toby S. • January 7, 2015Interesting exhibition for the photography lovers, some great old pics and cameras. Nice to get there early if going on a weekend.

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    • 13.
      9.2
      Francisco I. Madero 17 (Entre Gante y Bolívar), Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Andrew F.

        Andrew F. • December 23, 2015One of the oldest buildings in town, built in the late 16th century, it was first home to the local nobility and later the residence of Mexican Emperor Agustin de Iturbide.

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    • 14.
      8.8
      Tacuba 17 (Bolívar), Cuauhtemoc
      Museum$$$$
      • Cesar V.

        Cesar V. • April 1, 2012Take 2 or more hours to visit the whole museum

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    • 15.
      8.7
      History Museum
      • Roberto A.

        Roberto A. • April 1, 2014Tiene museo y exposiciones permanentes en la Planta Baja que vale la pena visitar

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    • 16.
      9.0
      José María Pino Suárez 30 (República del Salvador), Cuauhtemoc
      Museum$$$$
      • 48 hrs A.

        48 hrs A. • April 15, 2013In this Colonnial palace, there are temporary exhibits and a permanent exhibit about the history of the city. There is a library that has the most important heritage about Mexico City.

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    • 17.
      8.9
      Isabel La Católica 26 (Francisco I. Madero), Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Enrique M.

        Enrique M. • March 4, 2013Contiene mucho de la colección de arte popular de Carlos Monsivais.

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    • 18.
      8.9
      Londres 6, Col. Juárez, Ciudad de México
      Museum
      • Alejandro P.

        Alejandro P. • May 28, 2015The wax artists have done some great jobs with the sculptures! Must see!

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    • 19.
      8.7
      Academia 22 (Moneda), Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum
      • Miguel H.

        Miguel H. • April 12, 2016La primera académia de artes de latinoamerica.

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    • 20.
      9.0
      República de Brasil 33 (Belisario Dominguez), Distrito Federal
      Museum
      • Raúl A.

        Raúl A. • April 25, 2016Pasando su pequeño jardín botánico hay un área donde se aprecia el espacio donde estaban los túneles a las iglesias, ahora clausurado.

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    • 21.
      8.4
      Francisco I. Madero 74 (Entre Palma y Monte de Piedad), Cuauhtemoc
      Museum
      • Maria V.

        Maria V. • May 16, 2014Very cute cafe in the heart of the city. Tried the cafe de olla, chai latte and a dessert, all very delicious! The art is super cute :)

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    • 22.
      8.4
      San Ildefonso 43 (Carmen), Cuauhtemoc
      Science Museum
      • Serch P.

        Serch P. • July 2, 2015Un museo muy educativo y entretenido, y economico.

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    • 23.
      8.4
      Plaza de la República s/n, Ciudad de México
      History Museum
      • Ina L.

        Ina L. • April 3, 2016Come up during sunset for the beautiful view of the cityscape. Lots of couples around, perfect for dates

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    • 24.
      8.6
      Balderas y Colón, Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum$$$$
      • Jon h.

        Jon h. • February 5A museum built around a single grand mural. It's worth a quick visit. All the figures in the mural are documented in English too.

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    • 25.
      8.3
      Jaime Torres Bodet 176, Ciudad de México
      Science Museum
      • Damon S.

        Damon S. • August 18Small and cute. Not too much to see but it's charming I suppose

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    • 26.
      8.6
      Av. Ricardo Flores Magón 1 (Entre Eje Central (Lázaro Cárdenas) y Reforma Nort), Cuauhtemoc
      Museum$$$$
      • Juan Carlos M.

        Juan Carlos M. • November 10, 2013Wunderland. Me in love with beautiful furniture designer named Pris. She and her work.

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    • 27.
      8.1
      Plaza de San Fernando 17, Ciudad de México
      Museum
      • Alex G.

        Alex G. • April 20, 2014Chiquito pero bonito. Truchas, la zona es peculiar.

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    • 28.
      8.1
      History Museum
      • Ana D.

        Ana D. • July 3, 2014Bueno, bonito y barato, pa'echar cafe buena opción, el smothie de zarzamora con yogurth natural muy recomendable.

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    • 29.
      8.3
      Lic. Verdad No. 8, Cuauhtemoc
      Art Museum
      • México es Cultura

        México es Cultura • July 8, 2011Entra al hogar de la expresión artística no convencional. Hoy se presenta "Nacatronic" Una acción sonora a partir de intervenciones y transformaciones tecnológicas a objetos en desuso. Informes aquí.

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    • 30.
      8.0
      Rep de guatemala 34, Ciudad de México
      Museum
      • La Jornada

        La Jornada • November 5, 2010La Castañeda: Imágenes d la locura 100 años después. Exposición se compone d 83 fotografías q retratan vida cotidiana d los más de 70 mil internos q habitaron el manicomio inaugurado por Porfirio Díaz

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