Was a short visit so my kids could see the Tamayos,Riviera,Camarena and others. Great murals from Mexico.
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This building is amazing! We visited during the day as well as night, just to be able to see it lit up. It is safe and easy to navigate.
The murals have information in Spanish only - but you can find good guides on your smart phone. There were some guided tours providing good information while we were there but we were on our own.
Attended a performance of the Ballet Folklorico and had a chance to wonder around the exterior and the interior. It's a wonderful space and I look forward to taking a tour of the building the next time I'm in Mexico City. While Mexico City has...More
The exterior makes it one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever visited. The interior areas are also beautiful but the "curtain" of the stage is stunning. Attend a performance of Ballet Folklorico any Wednesday or Sunday for a good look at the interior...More
It's a nice place to be and if you want to see some of the plays and spend so. Enjoy. Time. It also has nice park besides where one can relax and have some quality peace time.
Great for a quick look, excellent murals on 2nd and 3rd floor, very nice to look at night, variable exhibitions which will obviously be of interest to different people
This is a beautiful building right by Alameda Park and offers quite a few important murals, but the only one that really matters is Diego Rivera's masterwork commissioned by the Rockefellers in New York and never exhibited there because the artist refused to take a...More
Definitely recommend exploring this side of town. You can see the European influence in Bellas Artes.
Fit it into your schedule.. a must see. It's beautiful on the outside & on the inside. It's a quick visit.. so just add it in your itinerary.