Palacio de Bella Artes - From Northwest subway station entrance, Mexico

Palacio de Bella Artes - From Northwest subway station entrance, Mexico
Palacio de Bella Artes - From Northwest subway station entrance, Mexico
The Palacio de Bellas Artes, or ‘Palace of Fine Arts’, is one of the most celebrated cultural centres in Ciudad de México, Mexico. Occupying several blocks, it features a wide range of activities, from concerts and other live music to theatrical performances, visual art exhibitions and so much more. Inside, visitors will find a grand concert hall, marbled halls and modern art galleries filled with vibrant artwork by one of Mexico’s most famous painters, Diego Rivera. You’ll also find the largest crystal curtain in the world, made of 16,000 crystal pieces and 17,000 electric lamps. The Palacio is also home to a small museum of historic film artifacts, making it a must-see destination for film fans. After a visit, take a stroll in Alameda Central park, which is home to one of Diego Rivera’s larger murals.