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Museo del Templo Mayor: Tours & Tickets

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The ruins of the temple the Aztecs believed to be center of the universe.
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Seminario 8 | Centro Histórico, Mexico City 06060, Mexico
Cuauhtemoc District
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How cool is it that there's a dig site in the middle of the city? The Indiana Jones style map room shows you how it used to look, very solid. You get to see a lot just walking around and it is a must see. I didnt get a ticket to see it all, didnt have the time. It just
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An interesting piece of history that sits in the middle of centro. It’s with the visit and walk around. It’s best with a guide to give you the background.
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Awesome archaeological site & museum right off the City's main square / Zocalo. You are provided access to walk amongst the ruins at the epicenter of the former indigenous Aztec empire's sacred temple of Hueteocalli. It's amazing to be there in person and realize what once
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We did this one the day we were leaving Mexico City, and we loved it. The self guided tour is very informative, and easy to walk around and note key ideas. The employees are friendly, and i would advise bringing a hat in the summer.
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Although the ruins are fully visible from street level without having to pay to enter, the cheap cost of tickets (75 pesos) makes this worthwhile if you have an hour to kill. You get to walk through the ruins and see some of the buildings up close, including some still with
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