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El Museo de la Charreria - Museum Mexico City - Mexico

The Museo de la Charreria gives an interesting insight into the history of cowboy culture in Mexico. Chaps, spurs, hats, saddles and various photos and sketches can all be seen alongside historical objects such as Emperor Maximilian’s saddle and a revolver that belonged to Pancho Villa. It’s entertaining for the kids and anyone interested in the legendary bandito culture of some of Mexico’s most famous sons.

Location:
Isabel la Católica 108 with José Maria Izazaga, Centro Historico
Mexico City, Mexico

Museum Types:
Anthropology, ethnography, Museum for kids, Cultural

Price Description: Free

Relative price: Budget

Open Hours from:10 a.m.

Open Hours to:6 p.m.

Days Closed:Sat and Sun

Travel Skills: None



Here are other activities in and around Mexico City that may be of interest: Museo de la Medicina, Museo SHCP, Museo Del Carmen, Museo Franz Mayer, Museo Nacional de la Revolución, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Ripley Museo de lo Increíble, Museo Tecnológico (Technology Museum), Museo de la Indumentaria Mexicana and Museo Jose Luis Cuevas.








10 Mar 2009







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