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National Palace

The National Palace (Palacio Nacional) was the Presidential Home in Mexico until Manuel González in 1884 (the current home of the President is Los Pinos). Today the Palace houses offices of the Treasury and National Archives, huge murals by Diego Rivera depicting the history of Mexico, and the President rings in the celebration of independence here each year on September 15.

This building is best visited as part of a tour to really understand the history and significance.
Free entry, but you will need to put most of your belongings in a locker before passing security.

Right near Zocalo Station, entrance on Moneda.

09:00 ~ 16:30