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Enrich your experience of Mexico City’s world-class Museum of Anthropology with a guided walking tour. Learn about the country’s ancient, pre-Columbian cultures from a bilingual and certified guide. See important artifacts like the Mexica Sun Stone, monumental Teotihuacan sculptures, and the tomb of Mayan King Pakal with museum admission included in the tour price.
Take a guided tour of Mexico City’s world-class Museum of Anthropology
Learn about Mexican history and culture from a certified bilingual guide
See ancient artifacts with an expert who can explain their significance
Enjoy a small-group size and museum admission included the tour price
I didn't know anything about VIATOR before booking, now I realize that is a it is a subsidiary of Trip Advisor. They liaison with local providers. I was pleased with their choice. The choice of a guide makes all the difference. In this case, my guide was from Mexico a Pie (a local guide service). Emilliano was my guide. He was excellent. Emilliano tailored the 3+hr tour to my interests. He was courteous, knowledgeable, and interesting--excellent English and personable. Mexico a Pie sent me texts before I met Emillano in front of the Museo with instructions for the meet-up and with a photo so I could recognize Emilliano easily. It is good to keep in mind, when meeting your guide they will NOT identify as a VIATOR guide, but will identify with the name of the local tour company they work for. Also, don't forget to tip your guide ... as you would in the US.
My husband, another couple of friends, and I had a great tour with Brenda last weekend at the Anthropology museum. She was knowledgeable, friendly, exactly on time, and provided great context and background on the artifacts we saw. All four of us loved this tour and learned a lot. It is a massive museum, so having our attention focused on key things in each area was really helpful. As others have pointed out, there were relatively few signs in English, so I'm sure we would not have had nearly as much fun or learned as much has we did on this tour if we had gone without a guide. Worth every penny. Thank you so much for the amazing tour!