Paseo de la Reforma 51 | Polanco
Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm
Museo Tamayo is worth a visit first and foremost for its architecture. Founded by talented artist Rufino Tamayo in 1981, the concrete, steel and glass structure is a brutalist island in the middle of the Chapultepec Forest. The sculptures around the main museum are on display 24-hours a day and you can also enjoy a break at the museum’s restaurant and café before continuing your CDMX explorations.