Have you visited the Museum of Natural History in Mexico City? If yoy haven’t, hurry to experience “an authentic trip” to the country’s biodiversity.
Located in the 2nd Section of the Bosque de Chapultepec, this site -inaugurated in 1964- was chosen for one of the most ambitious renovations in the scientific and cultural field. In an effort together with the public and private initiative, it is possible to expand, protect and project in a national and international scale, its spectacular collection that currently gathers up to 55,000 specimens.
Although some areas of the Museum are still closed, you can now visit a large part of its 7,500 square meters of surface, and amaze at the permanent exhibitions, with the “vaults” that characterize it (Evolution of Life, Biological Diversity and Mexico Megadiverse) and have a good time in the library, among other activities.
Put the date already on this walk in which you will know the relevance of this invaluable collection that we all must take care of, protect and show the world.