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Mexico City Airport , Terminal 2, International Departures, Upper Level, Mexico City, , Mexico

Exhibits documenting science (flora, fauna, and ecosystems throughout Mexico), technology, and Mexican aviation history (where you learn that Charles Lindbergh was a pilot for Mexicana Airlines), as well as visual arts, are on display in Terminal 1.  There are also ongoing exhibits curated by Mexico’s prestigious National Institute of Anthropology and History, which administers the country’s great museums—including the National Museum of Anthropology in the capital’s Chapultepec Park. The exhibition areas are open 24 hours, year-round.

Additional Location in the Mexico City Airport:

Terminal 1, Domestic Departures, Hall C, between Gates 4 and 5, Pre-Security

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Exhibits documenting science (flora, fauna, and ecosystems throughout Mexico), technology, and Mexican aviation history (where you learn that Charles Lindbergh was a pilot for Mexicana Airlines), as well as visual arts, are on display in Terminal 1.  There are also ongoing exhibits curated by Mexico’s prestigious National Institute of Anthropology and History, which administers the country’s great museums—including the National Museum of Anthropology in the capital’s Chapultepec Park. The exhibition areas are open 24 hours, year-round.

Additional Location in the Mexico City Airport:

Terminal 1, Domestic Departures, Hall C, between Gates 4 and 5, Pre-Security