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Museo del Templo Mayor

Seminario 8 | Centro Histórico, Mexico City 06060, Mexico
52 5 5424784
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The ruins of the temple the Aztecs believed to be center of the universe.
  • Excellent67%
  • Very good25%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“indoor museum” (22 reviews)
“great temple” (15 reviews)
“excavation site” (13 reviews)
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Seminario 8 | Centro Histórico, Mexico City 06060, Mexico
Centro Historico
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This place is right in the middle of downtown. We spent around 2 hours touring the archeological zone and the museum. The museum is very well architected and easy to navigate. Great educational opportunity. The archeological zone is probably not wheel-chair accessible.

Thank Vijay K
Reviewed 3 days ago

Nice archeological site that gives you the pre-colonial history of Mexico City. Partially outdoors and indoors, be prepared for some time in the sun. Most of the informational signs are in English in addition to Spanish, but not all. Good spot to eat and overlook...More

Thank AbsolutWallStreet
Reviewed 4 days ago

I've rated 'poor' because I use a wheelchair and both elevators were out of order. The exhibit is on several floors so I was only able to see the very small part housed on the first floor. The descriptions of the pieces are only in...More

Thank Deborah Q
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This museum is adjacent to the ruins of Tenochitlan, upon which Mexico City was built. It has a wonderful collection of pottery and stonework, as well as a number of animal skeletons with taxidermy depictions of the animals. They also show the extent of trade...More

Thank TheVirginian
Reviewed 1 week ago

I took some friends down to Zocalo and I had never visited these ruins, they were beautiful, so much history here, their artifacts and their way of life so many years ago was so interesting to see and how we still use similar tools. I'm...More

Thank sethmichaels2017
Reviewed 1 week ago

Walking around the site itself the signs are in pretty bad shape, so maybe read up on this ahead of time to get a feel for it before you go. The view from inside the museum through a huge wall of windows is pretty spectacular.

Thank akdouglas
Reviewed 1 week ago

We saw the ruins from outside and decided to go in without expectations but were very pleasantly surprised not only by the ruins, which are always interested, but by the contents of the museum inside. The distribution is very smarty and modern and it is...More

Thank Bretekiel
Reviewed 1 week ago

An outstanding intimate museum focused on the excavations of the templo major, the original Aztec site. The museum is loaded with articles found on site including numerous interesting tribute objects and larger ceremonial pieces. Well worth the entrance fee (70 pesos) as you also get...More

Thank darrengarnier
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I had the opportunity to see only from the outside, but is quite amazing to see ancient ruins in the middle of the city along with other type of constructions. Must see!

Thank GNF8419
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fantastic guide for our trip through the very interesting ruins and the Templo Mayor. Well worth the money!

Thank Lynn G
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SDhummingbird
26 September 2017|
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Response from Jonathan B | Reviewed this property |
Yes. In fact, you'll have to check your larger bags anyway as they aren't allowed in. They will give you a claim number and you'll pick them up after.
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enlit
7 July 2017|
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Response from Gerardoverap | Reviewed this property |
It opens 9 - 5. Monday is closed.
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RamonSalcido
17 October 2016|
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Response from Anupamnishad | Reviewed this property |
The food is not allowed inside Museo Del Templo Mayor. There are may restaurants and food joints outside the Museum. You may also enjoy street side food too in nearby locations.
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