Mexico City comes to life on this kid-friendly, 4-hour interactive walking tour that uses storytelling and play to explore Mexico’s art, history, and culture. Visiting the city with a fun, creative guide offers an orientation to Mexico City in a safe, child-friendly environment that's welcoming for kids of all ages.
Make your way to the historic zócolo, or main plaza, in the heart of Mexico City, where you’ll meet up with a guide and group for this 4-hour, interactive walking tour.
Mexico City can be sensory overload for kids, but this walk is designed to help them engage with the historic center. As they walk along the route, they’ll get to join in a story that weaves Aztec mythology into the landmarks around them, discovering a diverse mosaic of people and cultures. Participants will encounter people and projects that are transforming the city, take in Diego Rivera’s groundbreaking murals in the National Palace, and see the Capilla del Señor de La Humildad, a historic church in the heart of the city.
After four hours of fun exploring, storytelling, and imagination, this tour concludes back at the starting point in the zócolo.