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The Mexican Supreme Court building has some fabulous murals. Jose Clemente Orozco has four famous ones there there. Those are worth the trip by themselves. But the most important reason to go is sometimes not mentioned in guidebooks. It is, imo, a set of murals...More
Even if you are not so much into murals, this place is a must (you can combine it with a visit to Zôcalo, Templo Mayor and/or Palacio National: Enter the Supreme Court of Justice (ID required - a print-out copy of your passport will do),...More
We stumbled on the Supreme Court building when searching for the entrance to the National Palace to see the Diego Rivera murals. Thought might as well go inside. We had to show id and pass through security (no cameras allowed) which is typical for a...More
I visited the Supreme Court at the suggestion of a local resident, who rightly guessed I would appreciate the several murals within the building. Access is limited, so be sure to bring your passport or picture ID to gain access. Visitor IDs are held and...More
The Supreme Court, like several other spaces in Mexico city, also has fantastic murals. It is definitely worth the visit. One can go from Monday-Friday, 9 AM to 2.30 PM. You just need photo ID. It is free entry. If you carry your own headphones,...More
In each of the four stairways are murals that extend from the basement to the top floor. They are all good and are really different from each other. The building is also beautiful. At the front desk you can get a "self guide" audio device...More
This is a government building open only on weekdays and requiring identification. But the staff is very welcoming to tourists, and the free audio guide (English) and map are helpful. Every stairway (4 corners) is decorated by a different artist, and some are striking in...More
The beating heart of the city lies within Centro Histórico, the vast expanse of historical buildings and monuments that are a must when exploring Mexico City. Places such as the Museo Biblioteca Palacio Postal, Casa de los Azulejos and Palacio de Bellas Artes are the perfect eye candy for anyone seeking to admire arts and architecture. Don't forget to visit the wide variety of markets and plazas where any
vintage item, handicrafts and jewelry characteristic of each state in Mexico can be found on Sundays. Admire majestic views of the city from the Monumento a la Revolución and Torre Latinoamericana, and round out the experience with restaurants of all cuisines nearby.