Monumento y Museo de la Revolucion, Mexico City

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A grandiose, art deco-like structure, Monumento y Museo de la Revolucion attracts visitors each year with its blend of Mexican history, European-influenced architecture, and far-reaching views of the surrounding city. Frenchman Emile Bernard won the rights to design the structure in 1897, but it took until 1938 to finish construction. Standing an impressive 67 m (227 ft) in height, the monument looks almost modern despite its long history. A brass-like red roof adds color to the structure, whilst artistic pieces complement the surrounding area. Before you head to Mexico City, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Mexico City day trip website , to make sure you see all that Mexico City has to offer, including Monumento y Museo de la Revolucion.
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  • It is kind of small, but everyone there was extremely nice. The Zapata room is very interesting. Take your time and see it all.  more »
  • This monument offers the visitor, a pleasant experience and understanding of the type of steel construction with which it was built, entering the visitor to the bowels of the foundations to its viewpoint, with a journey that at the end would not fail to wonder the experience that engineers and architects of those times had to leave architectural heritages worthy of admiring
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  • Lovely landmark. The space in front is usually filled with people skating or just enjoying the view. After the sunset, it is illuminated with color lights that make it look really beautiful. There is also a fountain based on the ground, which is lively illuminated at night too and allows kids to play among the water streams. The open space is often used for concerts or cultural events. If you are in the city, it is defo a must, since it is close to downtown. There are also some nice posh restaurants with terrace to enjoy the view around the area.
  • Their complete tour (90pesos)was just so much fun! Best observation deck I have ever visited. There are quite few staircase to climb up and down. If you have knee issues etc, should consult at ticket office first. Also if you are acrophobia, be aware!
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