The Museo Nacional de Historia is a national museum of Mexico, located inside Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City. The Castle itself is found within the first section of the well known Chapultepec Park. The museum received 2,135,465 visitors in 2017.The museum hosts twelve showrooms that house objects from various stages in Mexican history, including the foundation of the Spanish Empire, the New Spain and the Viceregal era, the Mexican War of Independence, the Reform movement and the Revolution of 1910.
On the top floor, in addition to a library, there are two sections with dioramas recreating rooms of the castle during the time when Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico lived there with his wife Princess Charlotte of Belgium, also known as Empress Charlotte of Mexico.
Tue - Sun: 9 am - 5 pm
General admission: MXN 75
Official website http://www.mnh.inah.gob.mx/
Phone +52 40 40 52 14
Address Bosque de Chapultepec I, Miguel Hidalgo, 11100 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
Coordinates 19°25'14.16" N -99°10'53.602" E