The Mexico City Wax Museum is one of the visits to take into account to enjoy Mexico with the whole family, with the wax figures it offers.
Mexico City is one of the classic destinations to enjoy a suggestive trip through Mexico throughout the year. It offers multiple options to enjoy green areas, good gastronomy and also different museums that are worth it.
Inside the capital we find the famous Wax Museum of Mexico City, one of the emblematic visits to be able to enjoy during the stay in Mexican lands. Children usually like these types of museums to see different characters that look very real. The museum was born in 1979 and is located in the Antigua Hacienda de la Teja, a mansion style art nouveau really impressive.
Taking a tour of its interior we can see famous people from different fields such as history, culture, sports, politicsamong others that are very well represented and that can be seen during the visit, in the different rooms.
Getting to know the museum
Inside the museum it is possible to see characters like Steve Jobs, Elvis Presley, Frida Kahlo, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, up to a total of 230 figures spread over 14 themed rooms that can be visited.
Another area of this establishment is the Ripley’s museum, where you can see a large collection of rare and curious pieces, pieces belonging to the collector Robert L. Ripley. The building resembles a castle from medieval times and offers visitors up to nine rooms with different objects. We can see reduced human heads, astronaut suits, among many others that can be seen.
You can visit this interesting museum in Mexico Monday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The price is 125 Mexican pesos (5.5 euros), 105 pesos (4.5 euros) for children. You can visit both museums for 220 pesos (9.4 euros) for adults and 170 pesos (7.4 euros) for children. By the way it is possible to take a nice souvenir in the store of both museums and the most curious thing is that we can take a replica of our wax hand.
Via | Wax Museum
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