Museo de Historia de Tlalpán
Hosts compelling contemporary art and historical exhibits in naturally lit galleries off the courtyard.
This 19th-century estate, once the property of President Adolfo Lopez Mateos, now houses an art gallery with temporary exhibits, and a...
Capilla de las Capuchinas Sacramentarias
There’s a sublime simplicity about this chapel, located inside a convent for Capuchin nuns. Designed by modernist architect Luis...
Run by a fun-loving couple from New York and DF, this muraled pizzeria/bar prepares savory pizzas, exquisite manicotti and fungi ...
Plaza de la Constitución 7 · interesting places nearby
La Jalisciense information
This building opened its doors in 1870, making it arguably the oldest cantina in Mexico City – now that's a good reason to pop in and wet your whistle.