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The structure is so detailed and visually interesting. Make sure to visit the 8th floor cafe in Sears store to get a drink at the rooftop cafe and enjoy the view. The interior is very ornate and so esthetically pleasing to the eye. Not crazy...More
Be wary - No handrails, lengthy stairs. The elevator was not working. Interesting mural by Rivera.
A bookstore clerk was very helpful in pulling out books on textiles. Having worked in independent American bookstores, I was astounded at how many employees there were.
A must see! Check the schedule for performances so you can also experience the theater. Before going, look into the history of the building...fascinating! Also the murals are some of the best in North America.
Structure is beautiful outside and inside. We visited on Sunday when is free and there was a lot of people, mostly locals. 3 floors with different exhibitions but not as big as I thought it was. Lots of murals which is very common in museums...More
If you are searching for European views in the Americas, this is the place to visit.
The architecture reminds me so much of Europe, it’s grand and beautiful. Somewhere you need to go! Plus, the park next to it allows you to feel like a...More
Simply put, Bellas Artes is a must see as part of visiting Mexico City!¡
It's an elegant, beautiful structure. If you can include a theater performance you will get an even more clear of the beauty & elegance.
Its construction dates from the end of Porfirio Díaz's mandate, commissioned by the Mexican president on the occasion of the centenary of the beginning of the Independence of Mexico, but was inaugurated until September 29, 1934 after the outbreak of the Mexican Revolution. Inside it...More
I went to Bellas Artes the first night in town. Simply viewing the building is worth the trip, but I found out there is an incredible display of murals by Diego Rivera and others on the second floor you can see for a 70 peso...More