Palace Of Fine Arts, Mexico City
About Palace Of Fine Arts, Mexico City
Palace Of Fine Arts, Mexico City - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Av Hidalgo 1, Centro Historico, Cuauhtemoc, 06050 Ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Ticket Price: 35 MXN
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Palace Of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes) - Theatre in Mexico City, Mexico. Considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful buildings, the palace combines a theatre, a museum and a concert hall under one roof. The building itself is massive and elegant a flawless combination of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Baroque styles. It’s interiors features some of the world’s finest mural work on the first and second floors. Even the lighting is stunning. All art, whether, architecture, painting, literature, dance or music is expressed here. One thing not to be missed is the Mexican Folklore Ballet, which performs quite frequently. And when you’re watching, wait for the fantastic glass curtain.
Palace Of Fine Arts Information
- Check out the restaurant, gift shop and bookstore in the lobby.
- No photography allowed in the museums.
How To reach Palace Of Fine Arts by Public Transport
- Bella Artes Metro Station
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Security inside is obnoxiusly stupid. You can't even tap your pockets or they will start saying "photos are forbidden". Also, they're quite rude with non-Spanish speakers. The ushers inside the theatre are obnoxious too, speaking right before the performance starts, reminding you over and over again that photos are forbidden, along with taking water and food inside the main concert hall. People at the ticket booths are quite rude too. Nobody speaks another language but Spanish. The performances here are always quite mediocre or bad. Spend your money elsewhere if you're visiting Mexico City.
Wonderful. Amazing. Went to a show there and it is unforgettable. It had a Mexican theme to it and if was magical the way they danced to the music was amazing. You need to go and watch a show. If not there are constant expositions. If you don't have time for that either then just take 10 minutes to just step inside. Walk up the stairs and admire the architecture.
I enjoyed the Rivera murals on the second floor the most. The cochineal exhibit is okay but not great. Another good place to be on a hot, sunny day.
•An essential if your visiting Mexico. A palace dedicated to arts, beauty and celebration of life. •Temporal and permanent exhibitions. •Theater and opera house. •If you are sharp-eyed enough, you'll find a dog somewhere on the architecture.
One of the main houses of arts. Wonderful place to visit and to enjoy its multiple events. Besides, every piece of this Palace has a heavy historical weight, seriously. Admire the marmol sculptures, the murals inside, the columns, the windows, the ceiling, and everything shouts "Art!". A "must visit" landmark.
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