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A city of contrasts

Begin your Mexico City travel guide with Centro Historico that boasts numerous historic colonial landmarks, and the famous Aztec Templo Mayor. Continue with Chapultepec (one of the biggest urban parks in the world, boasting the city zoo, a castle, outdoor recreation opportunities, museums and an amusement park), Coyoacán (for counter-culture and art), and Condesa and Roma (for the city’s trendiest restaurants, bistros, clubs, pubs and shops). Last, but not least, there’s Xochimilco with its waterways and flower gardens dating back to Aztec times.

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Museo Tecnológico de la CFE

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Museo Tecnológico de la CFE

Mexico's First Interactive Museum

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Museo Tecnológico de la CFE showcases the emergence of technology and how things work through its various interactive devices that you can touch and the activities that you can participate. It is the country’s first ever interactive museum opened in 1970 and has become a favourite for kids.

Museo Tecnológico de la CFE showcases the development of science and how it has helped the transportation, communication and industrial processes. You can see the most technological and useful achievements. You can find locomotive trains, turbine engines and even a solar-powered home amongst others.

There are various designs within Museo Tecnológico de la CFE that include a mural painting by Yugoslavian artist Borko Lazeski. Once inside, you will have fun learning about scientific stuffs like electromagnetism and astronomy. This is one of those must see places in the city.

Museo Tecnológico de la CFE
Segunda sección Bosque de Chapultepec, Colonia Chapultepec Polanco, Mexico City
+52 5 516 0964
9AM-5PM Tu-Su