Museo del Tequila y el Mezcal
Every night the city’s mariachi bands belt out heartfelt ballads in this festive square. Wearing silver-studded outfits, they toot their...
Museo Nacional de Arte
Built around 1900 in the style of an Italian Renaissance palace, this museum holds collections representing every school of Mexican art...
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Mercado San Camilito
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Plaza Garibaldi · interesting places nearby
Museo del Tequila y el Mezcal information
The latest addition to Plaza Garibaldi has exhibits explaining the origins and production process of Mexico’s two most popular distilled agave drinks. The tour ends with a tasting on a rooftop bar overlooking the plaza. An on-site store sells some decent, albeit overpriced, tequilas and mezcals.