(Photos by Don Victory)
Last week we finally visited the Museo Nacional de Antropologia (National Anthropology Museum) in Mexico City. I had heard it was awesome, but we never seemed to have time to check it out. With my parents here, and our friend Dora, we finally made time.
Even the floorplan is amazing. But the artifacts, displays and downright stunning creativity of Pre-Hispanic cultures in Mexico make it the best museum I’ve ever visited. We only spent about four hours there, visiting mostly the Mayan, Oaxacan, Veracruz and Central Mexico rooms. It’s one of those places I won’t mind visiting multiple times with different visitors, since there will always be new things to see.
It was all fantastic, but the smile faces from Veracruz were my favorite: