- 3 hours
National Museum of Anthropology Tour in Mexico City
From Teotihuacan to the Aztecs
The Maya and Indigenous Mexico Today
Your purchase of the 3-hour tour of the National Museum of Anthropology includes the guide’s time and tickets to the museum (that will be charged per person during checkout). The guide will purchase these tickets for you before the start of your tour so you need not wait in line.
We don't offer a visit on Sundays due to the large crowds in the museum on this day which make it unpleasant to tour on this day, and the museum is closed on Mondays.
Is this tour suitable for visitors with mobility issues?
Yes. The museum is wheelchair accessible and it has wheelchairs available to loan.
Born in Mexico city, Jazmín is interested in the investigation of pre-Colonial art and worldview through an interdisciplinary approach. Her passion for the ancient Mexican cultures led her to pursue a degree in archeology at the National School of Anthropology and History (ENAH). After conducting research on the Huasteca cosmovision and participating in different symposia, in 2018 she obtained a Master's Degree in Mesoamerican Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Her fascination with the Mayan culture and her love for Mexico led her to pursue leading archaeological and adventure tours in the Riviera Maya. Her main objective is to promote interest and raise awareness about the importance of the historic, cultural and natural heritage of Mexico through the dissemination of the latest anthropological research and the practice of a sustainable tourism.
Jens has worked and studied in Mexico, Germany, Italy, Ghana, and the United States. In 1997 he moved from Berlin to Mexico after graduating from Freie Universität Berlin in Latin American Studies and Political Science. For ten years he worked full time as an officially licensed tour guide in Mexico and South America. After the birth of his daughter he taught high school World History and Foreign Languages in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2018 he returned to his beloved Mexico City and to his guiding passion. Jens loves to show you the vitality of his adopted home city. His particular interest lies in the amazing cultural fusion and the historic roots of this vibrant metropolis. Since his first visit as a backpacker in 1987 Jens fell in love with Mexico, its culture, traditions, and history.
Born and raised in Mexico City, David is an Ethnohistorian graduated from the National School of Anthropology and History. His field of expertise is folk and popular religion, an area of study that explores the syncretism that appeared in Mexico with the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors and gave rise to new traditions born of a fusion between Catholicism and Mesoamerican beliefs. He has also worked in the Historical Archive of the National Astronomical Observatory and the Digital University Collections Center, both at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM.
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