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The Monument to the Revolution (Spanish: Monumento a la Revolución) is a landmark and monument commemorating the Mexican Revolution. It is located in Plaza de la República, near to the heart of the major thoroughfares Paseo de la Reforma and Avenida de los Insurgentes in downtown Mexico City.
There is a museum. Restaurant. A Lift where you can have a nice view of the city. And a good chance to hear a concert from time to time.
This is a must go location in Mexico city. The best time to go is after sunset. They have water fountains, so be careful, because you might get wet. I love colorful lights during the night time.
Breathtaking view from above. It's definitely worth the climb up all those flights of stairs. Do watchout and be careful going up the stairs as some of the glass barriers don't feel quite as sturdy. Once I got to the top, it was hard for me to leave as it was quite a fantastic view and was quiet. I recommend going very early to beat any potential crowd. Probably want to take a jacket just in case..depending on what time of the year you go.
Great plaza and monument I went there tonight to hear 3 jazz performances.
Interesting and touristic place, you can visit the museum, the observation deck and summit. It is necessary to pay by separate, the line for the panoramic elevator, observatory and summit is outside, if you only want to visit the museum, the entrance is inside.
Beautiful view of the city, the upper deck was closed when I went and no one let us know before entering. Interesting history, and absolutely worth seeing on your trip to Mexico city! Upper deck can be closed an hour before closing time, so go a little earlier and wait for the sunset.
Great place to visit, it has a clear glass elevator that takes you to the top so you can see a great part of the city, if you have a fear of heights I recommend you don't go on this... It's deffinitely going to freak you out, but if not... it's an amazing thing to behold...
A must-go when at your leisure in Mexico City. Recently upgraded historical site and monumental domed-arch, offers tours of the structure from basement to the top. All-glass elevator brings you up over 150 ft, awesome view of Downtown.
An absolutely magnificent monument! Be sure to go at night and see the lights on the monument! There is a glass elevator that will take you to the top during daylight hours.
Large open plaza where locals gather, great for people watching. Museum located I the lower level of the monument. Safe area with many bars and restaurants in the area.
Great site to see. Amazing view, but be ready for a climb. There are more stairs then you would believe
Beautiful and interesting extructure even before you enter. I believe for 90 pesos you get to go up the highest point of the monument where you can enjoy an espectacular view of the city. Less crowded than Torre Latinoamericana and in my opinion, an equally if not more beautiful view, I recommend it over Torre Latinoamericana. It also has a coffee shop above.