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Museum of Light

The Museum of Light is one of a kind museum in the city of Mexico. It concentrates on studying and analysing optical illusions. Initially situated in the original church of San Pedro y San Pablo College, the institution opened its doors in the year 1996. Only a part of the college is converted to museum and the rest of the space is mainly used for exhibitions. The museum provides a fun and educating experience for children and adults.

31 Del Carmen, Centro, Mexico City, Mexico, 06020
Teatro Jorge Negrete

This theatre pays homage to one of Mexico's most famous singers and film stars, the unforgettable Jorge Negrete. Light comedies are usually presented here using singers or actors of national or international fame such as Angélica María and Julio Alemánare, two much-loved artists. One show is given on Fridays and two on Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets can be purchased at the box office, by phone, Internet or through Ticketmaster. Parking is available.

120 Altamirano, Colonia San Rafael, Mexico City, Mexico, 06470
Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel

This is one of the most luxurious hotels in Mexico City, with an excellent location, facing the Angel de la Independencia, and next to the US Embassy. It is also near many European embassies. The rooms are simple, modern and include all the amenities. It has an excellent atmosphere that happens to be rather conducive to do business. It is one block away from the most important financiers and the Mexican stociik market.

325 Paseo de la Reforma, Colonia Juárez, Mexico City, Mexico, 06500

This toy shop is like a dream come true for children as it has a huge number of toys lining its aisles. Here you will definitely find the present that you were looking for. Among some of the toys you will find here are those that are suitable for babies and those of pre-school age, meccano, water pistols, balls, board games, dolls and space ships, and franchised toys such as Disney, Sesame Street and Star Wars. Parking is available.

360 Insurgentes Sur no., Mexico City, Mexico, 06700
St. Regis

The epitome of luxury, the St. Regis Hotel in Mexico City is certainly one of the most expensive and most grandiose. With 198 sleek guest rooms, gorgeous views, spa, indoor swimming pool, children's activities, conference facilities and more, this hotel has everything you need to make your stay a memorable one. The rooms feature plush linens, soaking tubs, mini bar and cozy robes, all of which are perfect for unwinding after a long day.

439 Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico, 06500
Hotel del Prado

This hotel, one of the most modern ones in the city, has 16 suites and 358 rooms, all fully equipped. It is located in the San Rafael area, very near the Centro Comercial Galerías (Galerías Shopping Center). Among the services offered are covered parking facilities, restaurant, café-grill - where they prepare meat Argentine style - and a bar with live music for dancing.

399 Avenue Marina Nacional no., Mexico City, Mexico, 11300
Camino Real Polanco Mexico

Camino Real México has all the facilities one could possibly ask for. The swanky 4-star property is decorated by modern and contemporary Mexican artists and features arresting architectonic design. The lobby contains a mural by well known local artist Rufino Tamayo. Six bars and three restaurants are among its top features. You can also find tennis courts, a gym and swimming pools that promise all-round leisure and recreation. The disco CeroCero at Camino is well spoken of, and so is the famous Fouquet's restaurant that serves delectable French delights.

700 Calle General Mariano Escobedo, Miguel Hidalgo, Anzures, Mexico City, Mexico, 11590
Lago del Bosque de Chapultepec

One of the most popular pastimes among the city's children and teenagers is to hire a boat and row around the lake located in the Chapultepec Forest. Here people can take to the water, accompanied by the local duck and goose population, all set amidst picturesque woodland: a fine place for a family outing, right in the heart of the city.

Avenida Paseo de la Reforma s/n, Primera Sección del Bosque de Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico, 11560
Chapultepec Zoo

The pre-Hispanic origins of this zoo date back to when the Aztec Nezahualcóyotl created this area for the population to enjoy the flora and fauna. It was meant not only for entertainment but also for medicinal, artistry, food provision and religious purposes. Today around 2,000 animals of some 260 species consider these 17 hectares (42 acres) their natural habitat. Different biospheres have been recreated to make these guests feel more at home. Temperate woods of conifer trees shield the bears, deer and wolves; there are pastures for herbivores and deserts of arid and semiarid regions for other creatures; the Arctic tundra for the polar bears and even a coastal shore for sea lions. This is also the home of the Russian pandas, which were the first to produce offspring in captivity.

Paseo de la Reforma, Primera Sección del Bosque de Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico, 11000
Bosque de Chapultepec

The Bosque de Chapultepec, or the Chapultepec Forest, is one of Mexico City's favorite attractions. Counted among Western Hemisphere's largest urban parks, it covers close to 686 hectares (1,695 acres). It is a verdant oasis of the city that delineates tales of the Aztec era through its Montezuma cypress trees and several Mesoamerican artifacts that are preserved in the on-site museum. The park is also home to the magnificent Chapultepec Castle which is a memory of the region's Spanish rulers. Apart from the castle, the Monument to the Ninos Heroes, the Carcamo, the Tlaloc's fountain and the baths of Moctezuma are some of the park's notable attractions.

Del Rey, Mexico City, Mexico, 11850
Papalote Museo Del Niño

When traveling with children, this children's museum is an ideal place to visit. Opened in 1993 the museum offers a hands-on, interactive, ultra-modern experience, including an IMAX theater. It is divided into five major sections dedicated to discovering the human body, communications, our world, expressions and con-ciencia (a play on double meanings: "Con-science" to also mean with-science). Workshops, a theater, restaurant and a gift shop are also open to the public.

268 Avenida Constituyentes, 2a Seccion Bosque de Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico, 11830
Muñecas Geli

Time may pass and ideas change, but dolls will continue to be loved by little girls, and why not if they are as lovely as these? In this shop the choice is enormous and it is likely you will find something to match your taste. There are dolls in traditional dress, babies that look real, dolls that can talk or even recite poetry, dolls in fashionable clothes and some in rags for those with simpler tastes! Come step into this incredible world!

1017 Calle Rumania, Colonia Portales, Mexico City, Mexico, 03300
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